Understanding The Affordable Care Act: Helping The Uninsured Get EnrolledThe key provision of the Affordable Care Act, known as the individual mandate, goes into effect on Tuesday, Oct. 1.
Understanding The Affordable Care Act: Will Law Create Doctor Shortage?Those who will be newly insured and doctors alike have expressed concerns that the law will cause a shortage of doctors.
Understanding The Affordable Care Act: Mount Sinai's Geriatric ERMount Sinai Hospital has been experimenting with an emergency department for patients 65 years and older.
Understanding The Affordable Care Act: Brooklyn Small Business Owner Joining ExchangeGeorge Weld, the owner of Egg and Parish Hall restaurants in Williamsburg, will take advantage of New York's Small Business Health Options program for businesses with less than 50 employees.
Understanding The Affordable Care Act: N.J. Hospital Improves Care, Cuts CostsHackensack University Medical Center's Accountable Care Organization has set 6 patients up with a computerized tablet monitored by a nurse.
Understanding The Affordable Care Act: One Woman's ConcernsElisabeth Benjamin with the Community Service Society of New York said their team of volunteers has been busy helping people figure out the best deal for their specific situation.
Understanding The Affordable Care Act: Volunteers Help NJ Residents EnrollStates that designed their own exchanges will get federal help to spread the word.
Understanding The Affordable Care Act: Unemployed Bronx Woman To Get CoverageMadeline Aviles, 60, was laid off in January and suddenly found herself without health insurance.
Understanding The Affordable Care Act: New York's Online ExchangesIn New York, 17 different plans will offer different levels of tiered coverage: platinum, gold, silver or bronze.
Understanding The Affordable Care Act: Individual MandateThe so-called individual mandate, the centerpiece of the legislation, goes into effect on Oct. 1.

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