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Jason Samel featured Obamacare Expert

 

Health Plan sign-up smoother but still time consuming and confusing
By Ridgley Ochs – Newsday

Jason Samel, executive vice president of JayMar Insurance Agency in Jericho, said he believes the problem is more systemic. He said he worries that people won’t thoroughly read renewal letters that NY State of Health sent in November or go online to see what information about them is there — and which could be wrong.

 

Jason Samel featured Obamacare Expert
Groups eye Obamacare chaos
By Claude Sonik – Long Island business News
“People are misinformed, between the media misinforming them and brokers misinforming them,” Samel said. “The government and the insurance companies aren’t heavily marketing that you should speak to a broker or navigator.
Jason Samel featured Obamacare Expert
GN man launches LI Obamacare site
Anthony O’Reilly- The Island Now
“Everyone is under some misconception about it,” Samel said in an interview. “Everybody including heads of hospitals, doctors, nurses and insurance brokers.
”To help combat this, Samel recently launched longislandobamacare.com, a website that seeks to educate Long Island residents about the Affordable Care Act through free seminars across Nassau and Suffolk counties.
Local News Interviews Jason Samel on LongIslandObamacare.com
Obamacare Navigator
Jill Nossa – Anton News
 
“Everyone is under some misconception about it,” Samel said in an interview. “Everybody including heads of hospitals, doctors, nurses and insurance brokers.
 
”To help combat this, Samel recently launched longislandobamacare.com, a website that seeks to educate Long Island residents about the Affordable Care Act through free seminars across Nassau and Suffolk counties.
 
Jason Samel featured Obamacare Expert 
Surge, but no stampeded, as Obamacare deadline nears
By Claude Sonik – Long Island business News
“Gerald Laytin, a career coach and part-time instructor at Hofstra University, shopped for health insurance on the New York State website soon after it opened in October. At least, he tried.
After the site repeatedly crashed repeatedly, he gave up and bought coverage directly through Empire BlueCross BlueShield.”