Yesterday the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled to weaken federal funding mandated by the Affordable Care Act. Then the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, in Richmond, Va., ruled the opposite.
In a briefing last week, Alliance for Health Reform and The Commonwealth Fund discussed outcomes from the six-month open-enrollment of the Health Insurance Marketplace.
On April 16 research released by Gallup brought good news: Fewer American adults are uninsured than before.
“If you or someone you care about does not have health care, it’s not too late to sign up for quality affordable coverage — but you’ll want to act today.”
Every day, each certified application consultant at Los Barrios Unidos Community Clinic helps about a dozen families or residents navigate the new federal Health Insurance Marketplace. Visit The Nation’s Health for the full story.
When the Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010, it contained a long list of target dates. One of the most anticipated ones was January 2014. Read this article in full in the January 2014 edition of The Nation's Health, APHA's monthly newspaper.
Jan. 1, 2014, marked one of the busiest days in the Affordable Care Act’s three-and-a-half year history.
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.
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.