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By Philip Moeller
Medicare Maven Phil Moeller answers your Medicare questions.
By Judy Woodruff, Jason Kane
As open enrollment begins for the health exchanges, one development that's turning into a concern is the collapse of a number of alternative insurance plans known as co-ops. Mary Agnes Carey of Kaiser Health News joins Judy Woodruff to answer…
The season of open enrollment is upon us: On Sunday, Americans can shop for health care plans on the insurance marketplaces under the Affordable Care Act. Mary Agnes Carey of Kaiser Health News joins Judy Woodruff to answer real Americans’…
By Mary Agnes Carey, Kaiser Health News
Open enrollment for the health law’s 2016 marketplace plans begins Sunday, and federal officials caution consumers to check out premium prices because in many places they may be higher. But officials are planning to offer new features to make the…
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press
Consumers can see their own healthcare premiums for 2016 starting this Sunday morning on HealthCare.gov, officials said on Friday. The federal website will serve 38 states this time. States running their own sites may have different timetables.
Just days before the health law’s marketplaces reopened, nearly a quarter of uninsured said they expect to remain without coverage because they did not think it would be affordable, according to a poll released Friday.
When shopping for Medicare drug plans, many consumers are wowed by lower monthly premiums and don’t look at other plan details that will affect their total out-of-pocket expenses. Making Sen$e's Medicare Maven Phil Moeller tells readers what other costs to…
By PBS NewsHour
Individuals can start to apply for health care coverage on state and federal exchanges starting Saturday. As a new open enrollment begins, many people have questions about signing up and the consequences of not signing up. Mary Agnes Carey of…
More than 30 percent of all Medicare Part D participants received low-income subsidies last year to help them pay their prescription drug bills, but the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services estimates that as many as 2 million more Medicare…
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