Ion Insurance is here for you during this COVID-19 crisis. Our mission has never meant more than it does right now, and we remain committed to partnering with you to help you identify and achieve your financial goals. We are taking steps to assist you with some of the challenges you may be experiencing during this time. We will remain open for business. As it becomes necessary, our employees will be working remotely with no disruption to our service standards. Also, we recommend you sign up for our Customer Portal. Simply follow this link: 24/7 Customer Portal. 

COVID-19 and Health Insurance Coverage

As you wash your hands, sanitize surfaces and practice social distancing, you may be wondering if and how much your insurance will cover if you need a test or medical treatment.

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How Businesses Can Handle Higher Employee Health Insurance Costs

Businesses find their health insurance costs increase faster than the rate of inflation per year and, in response, have to think about how they’ll absorb the expense. An issue before the Affordable Care Act (ACA) went into effect, some contemplate dropping coverage entirely or only making it available to select employees. Yet, with unemployment reaching record…

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CT Senate Tries to Keep ACA-Level Coverage

Under the proposed American Health Care Act (AHCA), the number of individuals who would lose coverage is a serious concern. Although this has not been addressed at the federal level, certain states – including Connecticut – are making attempts to keep Affordable Care Act (ACA)-level coverage available. According to reports from the CT Mirror, the state…

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UConn Health Study Shows CT Residents Don’t Understand Health Insurance Plans

Why have more Connecticut residents purchased health insurance, but then fail to get a primary care doctor or face high bills? To answer to this question, researchers at the Health Disparities Institute at UConn Health decided to research how well state residents understand their plans. A recent press release highlighted their results. Approximately 516 Connecticut…

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Submitted Rate Requests to CT Insurance Department Show Potentially Sharp Increases for 2018

In 2018, you could be paying one third to 50 percent more for your insurance premiums. According to a report in the Connecticut Post, rate filings recently submitted to the Connecticut Department of Insurance paint this scenario a distinct possibility. Just how much of a jump could you see? Based on filings from 10 companies,…

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