For many R.I. businesses, health insurance questions remain as deadline looms

SETTING A HEALTHY COURSE: Oliver Hazard Perry Rhode Island CEO Jonathan Kabak on the deck of the nonprofit’s Tall Ship in Newport. Kabak says the organization has never offered health insurance coverage to its workers, but he said it’s an important part of employees contributing to the company and it will help with recruitment. / PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN
SETTING A HEALTHY COURSE: Oliver Hazard Perry Rhode Island CEO Jonathan Kabak on the deck of the nonprofit’s Tall Ship in Newport. Kabak says the organization has never offered health insurance coverage to its workers, but he said it’s an important part of employees contributing to the company and it will help with recruitment. / PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN
What is more utterly confounding than choosing a health insurance plan for a business? Not much. Officials from HealthSource RI, the state’s health insurance exchange under the federal Affordable Care Act, are hitting the road with insurance-buying tutorials for bedeviled business managers around Rhode Island. HSRI has taken its road show of health care information…

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