Affordable Care Act
Medicaid across U.S. a matter of when, not if, says federal health chiefMedicaid across U.S. a matter of when, not if, says federal health chiefFederal health chief touts ACA signups, says will leave process far better than it was.
Medicaid expansion draws Hoosiers from ObamacareMedicaid expansion draws Hoosiers from Obamacare10 percent drop in Hoosiers selecting insurance through HealthCare.gov is due to new Medicaid options, officials say.
Arizona's Affordable Care Act health-insurance sign-ups slow in third yearArizona's Affordable Care Act health-insurance sign-ups slow in third yearSlightly more than 203,000 Arizona residents re-enrolled or chose a new plan, according to preliminary figures.
Report: Obamacare enrollment in SWFL hits nearly 93,000Report: Obamacare enrollment in SWFL hits nearly 93,000Nearly 93,000 Southwest Floridians enrolled in health insurance on the federal insurance exchange, healthcare.gov, by the end this season's enrollment period, according to government figures released Thursday.
Nearly 13 million people enrolled in ACA plans for 2016Nearly 13 million people enrolled in ACA plans for 2016Nearly 13 million people signed up for 2016 health insurance ahead of the Jan. 31 deadline
ObamaCare tops 268K in Tennessee; industry awaits member mixObamaCare tops 268K in Tennessee; industry awaits member mixMore than 20,000 across the state selected a health plan on the federally run exchange in the final days of enrollment.
Kentucky tops coverage gains as GOP looks to remake MedicaidKentucky tops coverage gains as GOP looks to remake Medicaid Kentucky and Arkansas had the largest drops in the percentage of people without health insurance in the country, according to the Gallup-Healthways survey.
Attempted override of Obamacare repeal veto failsAttempted override of Obamacare repeal veto failsThe U.S. House failed to override a veto by the White House of a bill that would have gutted Obamacare and defunded Planned Parenthood.
Aetna customers will save money at MeridianAetna customers will save money at MeridianMeridian Health is partnering with Aetna on a new insurance plan that is part of a fast-changing health care landscape.
House fails to override president's veto of Obamacare repealHouse fails to override president's veto of Obamacare repealGOP leaders are using the issue to try to convince voters to elect a Republican president.
How does the Affordable Care Act work for you?How does the Affordable Care Act work for you? The Affordable Care Act has guaranteed all the ability to obtain health care, but it hasn’t made medical bills disappear entirely.
Presidential power grabs distort democracy: GoodlattePresidential power grabs distort democracy: GoodlatteCongress gets ready to investigate executive overreach and how to stop it.
Deadline push is on to enroll in 'Obamacare'Deadline push is on to enroll in 'Obamacare'Sunday is the last day to enroll in a health care insurance plan or face penalty.
- Personal Finance
It's W-2 day: Do you know where your form is?It's W-2 day: Do you know where your form is?By Feb. 1, all employers are required to provide their employees with W-2s.
- New York
NY health exchange questions remain; deadline SundayNY health exchange questions remain; deadline SundayA new report questioned the long-term viability of New York's health exchange as the deadline to enroll is Sunday.
- NEW YORK
NY exchange questions remain as deadline approachesNY exchange questions remain as deadline approachesNew Yorkers have through Sunday to enroll in the "NY State of Health," the state's health exchange established through the federal Affordable Care Act. More than 2.7 million people have enrolled in the exchange, including 1.
- Politics on the Hudson
NY exchange questions remain as deadline approachesNY exchange questions remain as deadline approachesA new report questioned the long-term viability of New York's health exchange as the deadline to enroll is Sunday
Health care coverage deadlines loomHealth care coverage deadlines loomUSDA urges rural Americans to sign up for health insurance plans before Sunday deadline.
What to know about the ObamaCare deadlineWhat to know about the ObamaCare deadlineWhat to know about the ObamaCare deadline
- Guest Editorials
Health care reform needs presidential preservationHealth care reform needs presidential preservationAs the Jan. 31 enrollment deadline quickly approaches, I will continue to educate friends and neighbors about the benefits of the ACA.
Feds seek insurance sign-ups as clock ticks towards enrollment deadlineFeds seek insurance sign-ups as clock ticks towards enrollment deadlineFour days before an enrollment deadline they vow not to extend, federal health officials on Thursday tried to dismiss suggestions Affordable Care Act sign ups slowed in January and emphasized that momentum is building towards the last chance for most
Herbert: Utah has never been strongerHerbert: Utah has never been strongerGovernor says state of state is “outstanding” in annual address.
Affordable Care Act enrollment ends January 31Affordable Care Act enrollment ends January 3124,257 South Dakotans had enrolled as of Wednesday afternoon.
- Letters to the Editor
Move to repeal Obamacare is carelessMove to repeal Obamacare is carelessRepublican-led congress is pushing for repeal of health care law without a plan to ensure access to affordable care
Time to enroll in health coverage is nowTime to enroll in health coverage is nowWhy risk going without health insurance when there’s quality, affordable coverage available through the Marketplace?
Take care: health care window closes soonTake care: health care window closes soonThe Health Care Marketplace closes Jan. 31. Penalties apply for noncoverage. Help is available to guide you through the process.
Last-minute advice for health insuranceLast-minute advice for health insuranceIf you need coverage for 2016, you have until Jan. 31 to sign up for a plan at HealthCare.gov.