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Doug Motchok, who works as a project manager for EMC Corp., will be eligible for the National Health Access plan, which covers part-time, temporary, seasonal, and contract workers.
Doug Motchok, who works as a project manager for EMC Corp., will be eligible for the National Health Access plan, which covers part-time, temporary, seasonal, and contract workers. (Globe Staff Photo / Pat Greenhouse) Globe Staff Photo / Pat Greenhouse

Coverage for the uninsured

New group plan offers 'free-agent' workers affordable health benefits

By Diane E. Lewis
Globe Staff / March 3, 2005

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EMC Corp. contractor Stephanie Janis can't afford health insurance, but she's hoping a new group plan will be a lot cheaper than the $1,000 a month private insurers say they'd charge to cover her and her 6-month-old daughter. (Full article: 865 words)

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