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Consumers Direct Insurance Services Takes the Confusion out of Obamacare
Date:9/18/2013

Riverwoods, Illinois (PRWEB) September 18, 2013

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) Open Enrollment starts October 1, 2013, which, for over 45 million uninsured Americans, is one of the most anticipated dates in the last three years. The question is whether enrollees are ready for the frenzy of Obamacare?

Consumers Direct Insurance Services, Inc. (CDIS), an Independent, Authorized Senior General Agent for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas is taking the mystery out of PPACA for enrollees.

Enrollees will have a few options available once they enter the health insurance marketplace, either government navigators, brokers or a do-it-yourself approach. CDIS has an organization of fully licensed and trained education specialists and administration that is certified with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to offer personalized support and guidance in the health insurance marketplace at the start of enrollment.

“Consumers Direct Insurance Services has been preparing for the Affordable Care Act Open Enrollment for the last three years,” states Scott Loochtan, President of Consumers Direct Insurance Services, Inc. “We have put the proper certification and technological processes in place to help enrollees understand and secure options within the health insurance marketplace.”

With October and the Open Enrollment fast approaching, the government has been working diligently in partnership with insurers like Blue Cross and Blue Shield of NM, OK and TX to ensure that processes are maintained and information is disseminated in an ac
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