Health Insurance Following the Affordable Care Act
Members of the AIA were for many years able to take part in an AIA Trust group health plan, however, the AIA does not have an endorsed group health insurance plan for members. However, there is an AIA Health Insurance Exchange available through the AIA Trust.
Alternately, since there are some factors which are rather unique to the New York market and it may be beneficial, particularly for our Sole Practitioners, to have access to personalized guidance through the health insurance industry in NYC. Therefore, we have identified AED Benefits as a regional firm which has broad and intricate knowledge about the benefits and regulations of the insurance industry.
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This firm can help guide you to the comprehensive plans for your needs at competitive prices. Their information includes plans available only to AIA members.
Recently in New York, Health Republic will be cancelling all of its policies. One potential alternate plan resource is Oscar, sample information is here.
Resources about the Affordable Care Act and both employer and employee requirements: http://www.theaiatrust.com/healthcare-coverage/national-healthcare-reform/ . These include a webinar and fact sheets among others.
In addition, AIA Trust newsletter articles are indexed by topic, so members can find articles having to do with health insurance issues here.
The AIA Trust has many other services and plans which members may wish to consult for this and other business needs.
AIA New York Chapter takes no responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of the information furnished by the independent providers of products or services referenced in the AIA New York Chapter's website or any of its publications, nor does it endorse products/services for a particular use or in particular circumstances. No guarantee or warranty of any kind is to be inferred from the listing of information regarding any program. Members are advised to independently check information before basing decisions on such information.