Affordable Care Act
This article is provided and sponsored by: Healthfirst _______________________________________________ Under the Affordable Care Act, also known as “Obamacare,” millions of uninsured and underinsured Americans—including 1.8 million uninsured people in New York City—now have access to affordable […]
Time is running out to sign up for Obamacare. Many are still scrambling to get coverage by Jan. 1. In the meantime, we’re now beginning to see the taxes added on by insurance companies because of the law.
Tuesday is the deadline for purchasing health insurance to avoid a lapse in coverage on Jan. 1. The original deadline on Monday was pushed back to ease any potential glitches due to high traffic volume on the websites.
New York extended Monday’s deadline for purchasing health insurance to avoid a lapse in coverage on Jan. 1 by one day. New Yorkers now have until shortly before midnight on Tuesday to find a plan.
Over 100,000 residents of New York have successfully enrolled so far. New York has more than two million uninsured residents.
The clock is ticking toward a Monday deadline to enroll in Obamacare, and the White House has approved another round of changes to get more people into the program.
Chris Christie has jumped on the bandwagon. He’s not a fan of President Barack Obama’s latest ad pushing the uninsured to sign up for the Affordable Care Act, either.
Even though some of the Obamacare website’s flaws have been fixed, impressions of the law remain negative, even among those it was designed to help. A new poll shows the uninsured remain skeptical.
She isn’t just the First Lady of the United States. She’s also a mom. And that is why Michelle Obama she is imploring parents to make sure they sign up for health insurance.
Less than a year from now, voters head to the polls for the 2014 midterm elections.
New numbers released by the government this week, suggest that the Affordable Care Act website is doing better and drawing in many people who are eligible for Medicaid.
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield says it will not renew any small-group or individual health plans next year.
It is crunch time for the Affordable Health Care Act. The White House released new enrollment numbers Wednesday, just as the administration had another confrontation with Congress.
A recent poll shows more than half of Americans are not happy with the health care exchange rollout.
A Harvard University poll showed that less than one-third of people aged 18-29 without health insurance said they are likely to enroll in the exchange.