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Health Care Options Bangor ME

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Gregory A. Brodek
(207) 262-5400
88 Hammond St. Suite 500
Bangor, ME
Specialties
Health Care
State Licensing
Maine

Angela M. Farrell
(207) 990-3314
61 Main Street, Suite 1, P.O. Box 738
Bangor, ME
 
P. Andrew Hamilton
(207) 947-0111
Fleet Center-Exchange Street, P.O. Box 1210
Bangor, ME
 
Daniel G. McKay
(207) 947-0111
Fleet Center-Exchange Street, P.O. Box 1210
Bangor, ME
 
Thomas C. Johnston
(207) 947-0111
Fleet Center-Exchange Street, P.O. Box 1210
Bangor, ME
 
Daniel G. McKay
(207) 947-0111
PO Box 1210
Bangor, ME
Specialties
Corporate, Mergers & Acquisitions, Banking, Securities Offerings, Health Care
Education
Boston University School of Law,Princeton University
State Licensing
Maine

Laury E. Bowman
(207) 262-5400
88 Hammond Street, Suite 500
Bangor, ME
 
Malcolm E. Morrell Jr.
(207) 947-0111
Fleet Center-Exchange Street, P.O. Box 1210
Bangor, ME
 
Gregory A. Brodek
(207) 262-5400
88 Hammond Street, Suite 500
Bangor, ME
 
Clare Hudson Payne
(207) 947-0111
Fleet Center-Exchange Street, P.O. Box 1210
Bangor, ME
 

ME Residents Uninsured

Number of uninsured: 121,000 state residents uninsured, or about 9.4%. The number may rise due to Medicaid cutbacks authorized by the latest state budget.

Where the state stands: Maine had a task force to create a health care exchange, but legislation implementing one was set aside until after the Supreme Court's decision. Maine has passed laws implementing components of the law, such allowing parents to add coverage of children up to age 26 and outlawing denial of insurance coverage due to pre-existing conditions. Maine has also passed a law that will allow consumers to shop out-of-state for coverage.

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