About Our Foundation
Thank you Heidenhain, Inc and Chicago Wolves!
For every goal Brett Sterling scores $100 will be donated to the
Paul Ruby Foundation for Parkinsons Research
As of January 4, 2013 Brett has already scored 9 goals
Way to go Brett!
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Fully insured vs Self insured vs Level funded plans
We will explain the differences between fully insured, self insured, and level funded health plans, along with the pros and cons of each. This overview is a critical component of being ready to enroll on healthcare.gov in November.
What's New This Year
On the way out the door, we made the last few minor tweaks that we normally do between open enrollment periods.
First, we automatically enrolled individuals in the phone center who used the early deadline last year to enroll on the marketplace. That means that there are no remaining uninsured to be enrolled for the coming year. This applies to both people that were uninsured last year and those that are underinsured. We hope that this will improve access to care and reduce the costs that could otherwise result from the costs of these uninsured individuals. This new model also increases the chances that some people who would not otherwise qualify for coverage could enroll, if they meet the criteria for financial assistance.
Second, we suspended the following premium credits from the marketplace for the coming year: $500 for the Bronze plan, $1,300 for the Silver plan, and $3,000 for the Gold plan.
For people who level claims that its self-insured and make more than 400% of the Federal Poverty Level ($97,200 for an individual in 2018), we eliminated these premium credits and may consider some of them again in future years, but right now we have no plans to do so. We want to increase financial assistance for people with incomes below 400%.
Third, in the interest of helping people get the information they need to sign up on healthcare.gov, we added some resources this year, including:
Updates to our "Pre-Enrollment Summary" with more detailed information, including the latest information on whether or not you qualify for premium tax credits, along with information about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the Medicaid program.
Updated demographic charts for important insurance categories, so that it's easier for you to identify your demographic group (e.g., children, adult children, current or previous smokers).
New short videos that give information on using the coverage that is available for individuals that can be received at https://www.healthcare.gov/choices.
This is a vital time to be in the market to get affordable health insurance. But even if you are not eligible for a premium tax credit, it is still important to enroll and enroll in a plan that you really like. That may still give you access to needed coverage for next year.
Q&A with Liz Claman
Liz Claman, a contributing editor of the Wall Street Journal, has led an extraordinary career as a journalist in public relations and as a television personality. She is now Chief Washington Correspondent and Political Anchor for the cable network Fox News Channel (FNC) and a regular commentator on other cable networks.
In this Q&A, Claman discusses her experience on healthcare.gov, in her view of why the system is broken, and how Fox News plans to cover this new health care opportunity on healthcare.gov this fall.
Kevin Flanagan, CFE: Why are you returning to healthcare.gov for the open enrollment period.
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Projects funded, Research progressing
Two Projects funded at Northwestern
|October 24, Board members of the Paul Ruby Foundation traveled to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where they heard presentations of grant proposals and updates from last years funded research. The first grant funded this year was to Dr. Jerilyn Logemann for her research on the development and validation of a screening process for swallowing disorders in Parkinsons patients. The second grant funded was to Dr. Rajeshar Awatramanis research on assessing the function of a dopamine neuron subtype that is vulnerable in Parkinsons disease. This year, the foundation raised $100,000 through Concert for a Cure, Sub-5 Century Challenge, and through Boy Scout Troop 37s ride to Niagara Falls. Over $500,000 has been raised to support research for Parkinsons disease. Previous funding has served as seed money for research programs that have received NIH funding, and with the help of this company, this years grant to Dr. Awatramani shows promise to receive NIH funding as well.The foundation has actively participated in the process of choosing grant recipients since working with Northwestern. Through our participation with Northwestern and the Snoring Mouthpiece Report, we are able to see the direct impact of the money donated to research which can improve the quality of life for those living with Parkinsons and help find a cure for Parkinsons disease|