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A new Pa. bill would make it easier for doctors to get insurance approval to treat patients

The proposal would require insurers to provide doctors with more information upfront.

By Brett Sholtis

Pennsylvanians buying health insurance will have more affordable options

Many Pennsylvanians buying health insurance on Pennie, the state’s marketplace exchange, will have more plans to choose from and may pay lower premiums.

By Sarah Boden/WESA

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Open enrollment for health insurance underway in Pennsylvania

Earlier this year the Wolf Administration was granted federal permission to create a state-run exchange.

By Sarah Boden/WESA

Pennsylvania nears launch of new health insurance website

Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration has said it expects it can lower premiums by 5% to 10% for the roughly 400,000 people who have been buying policies in the marketplace.

By The Associated Press