President Barack Obama spoke confidently Tuesday about the Affordable Care Act in addressing the struggles — and rejuvenation — of the Health Insurance Marketplace and its federal website, Healthcare.gov.
Citizenship, particularly for non-U.S. natives, largely determines a woman’s odds of having a mammogram and being screened for cervical and colorectal cancer, according to new research released today at the American Public Health Association’s 141st Annual Meeting in Boston.
As provisions in the Affordable Care Act are implemented nationwide a 2007 Massachusetts health reform law has shown to improve access to care and health outcomes across racial and ethnic groups, according to research at the American Public Health Association’s 141st Annual Meeting in Boston.
Since its ballyhooed Oct. 1 rollout much has been said about the Health Insurance Marketplace. The more that’s said about it, the healthier all Americans will be.
On Oct. 1, a major provision of the Affordable Care Act took effect. The Health Insurance Marketplace opened for business in every state, allowing Americans and small businesses to obtain personalized health coverage.
In an interview Thursday in Washington with the National Journal, U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro, D-Conn., spoke on how the Affordable Care Act, including the marketplace, will be most successful when the landmark health law gets bipartisan support.
Check out the latest in public health news for Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013.
Today at 12:01 a.m. EDT, the U.S. federal government partially shut down as Congress failed to pass federal spending bills for fiscal year 2014. APHA answers four public health questions in light of the government shutdown.
The Health Insurance Marketplace has officially opened for business, allowing Americans and small businesses in every state to obtain personalized health coverage to fit their individual, family or employees’ needs.
APHA published a news release today opposing the continuing resolution voted by the U.S. House of Representatives, with vital health reform rules just days away from taking effect.
The Affordable Care Act takes two U.S. health systems, public health and health care, and brings them into each other’s world like never before.
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