By Julie Appleby and Mary Agnes Carey, Phil Galewitz, Kaiser Health News
Just because open enrollment for people who buy their own health insurance formally closes March 31 doesn't mean debate over the health law will take a hiatus. After more than four years of strident rhetoric, evidence about how the law…
By Kaiser Health News and Mary Agnes Carey, Kaiser Health News
With just over a week until the March 31 deadline to sign up for health insurance, backers of the health law — from President Barack Obama on down — are engaged in a full-force campaign to enroll eligible Americans, especially…
By News Desk
More than 5 million Americans have signed up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act’s new “marketplaces,” the Obama administration announced Monday.
By Chelsea Coatney
In an attempt to get more “young invincibles” to sign up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, the state of Illinois’ health care outreach program, Get Covered Illinois, is teaming up with Chicago-based satirical news website, The…
By Lewis Mandell
Long-term care insurance has grown increasingly expensive, and for many folks, it's not worth the cost, says Lew Mandell.
Health care sign up improves, but some states seek workarounds for tech issues…
The Obama administration pushed back the government health care enrollment deadline to Dec. 24, giving consumers one more day to sign up for coverage that begins Jan. 1. Officials say the extensions will also help HealthCare.gov deal with the last-minute…
Obama administration announces special ACA hardship waiver for canceled policies…
Some health coverage deadlines changed to prevent insurance gaps…
White House reports progress, but will HealthCare.gov keep up with demand?…
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