With nearly three weeks until the deadline, enrollment in health insurance plans on state and federal exchanges continues to climb.
The Affordable Care Act seeks to help the uninsured, some of which are likely unemployed as well. But a new report finds confusion about President Obama’s signature legislation...
Navigating your way through your health coverage can be arduous, but experts offered the following key areas to keep in mind when choosing and reviewing a policy.
The New York Times reports prisons in states that expanded Medicaid eligibility under the Affordable Care Act are enrolling prisoners in the program so they can have coverage...
The Obama Administration’s latest extension is bad news for insurance companies, says credit ratings firm Moody’s, which dubbed the move “negative” in a new report.
The White House announced an extension to the administrative fix that allows people to keep their previously- cancelled plans through 2016, and two reports reveal the uninsured...
Despite low premiums, the health law's catastrophic option may not be a good value.
After the latest tweak to the Affordable Care Act, here’s a look at what the move will cost insurance companies, the government and enrollees.
If preventive and regular health care is available, people will stay healthier and require less expensive crisis care. That's a major premise of government health care...
Obama’s administrative ‘fix’ that allows individuals to keep their previously-cancelled health insurance plans has been extended for two additional years.