The IRS doesn’t tell some tax filers that their low and moderate incomes likely mean their households qualify for Medicaid or subsidies, according to researchers.
By Phil Galewitz, Kaiser Health News
Released Monday, the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index measured the share of adults without health insurance. That shrank from 17.1 percent at the end of last year to 15.6 percent for the first three months of 2014.
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press
Almost a month into 2014, most uninsured Americans remain oblivious to their coverage options under the Affordable Care Act. In fact, less than 40 percent of the uninsured say they'll gain coverage in the coming year, according to a…
By News Desk
New Documentary Explores Challenge to Public Hospitals in Serving Uninsured…
Supreme Court Upholds Health Care Law: Mandate Is Constitutional…
Hundreds of dentists travel to Grundy, Va., to help the uninsured each fall.
A young woman without health insurance. A small business owner. A woman just diagnosed with breast cancer. The PBS NewsHour talks to health policy analysts about how health care reform could affect these individuals and other real people.
The Senate health reform bill cleared its first major procedural hurdle in a vote in the early hours of Monday morning. Find out how the compromise bill compares to the version that passed the House last month.
Until recently, self-employed writer Candace Talmadge, of Lancaster, Texas, was pleased with the health insurance she purchased through a small business association.
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