Monthly Archives: January 2014

How A Divorce Can Boost Health Insurance Subsidies

i i iStockphoto As the enrollment period continues for health coverage on the state health insurance marketplaces, people continue to… Continue reading »

Key Senate Republicans Offer Their Plan To Replace Obamacare

hide captionSen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., is one of the sponsors of a Republican proposal to rewrite the Affordable Care Act…. Continue reading »

The Healthy, Not The Young, May Determine Health Law’s Fate

i i hide captionAisha Tyler, seen hosting the 2013 Young Hollywood Awards, has been recruited to promote the Affordable Care… Continue reading »

High Court Grants Nuns Temporary Exemption From Birth Control Mandate

The Supreme Court granted a group of Catholic nuns a temporary exemption from the birth control mandate of the Affordable… Continue reading »

Texas Issues Tough Rules For Insurance Navigators

i i hide captionCedric Anthony and Alysia Greer are two of the navigators working in Houston neighborhoods for United Labor… Continue reading »

In North Carolina, Workarounds Help The Poor Find Health Coverage

i i hide captionJohn Martin, 24, was uninsured until a health care navigator told him he could get coverage through… Continue reading »

In Michigan, Businessmen And Politicians Agree On Medicaid

i i hide captionHenry Ford Hospital treats Detroit residents. About 1 in 3 residents of that city is uninsured, and… Continue reading »

State Health Coverage Sign-Ups Paint A Complex Obamacare Picture

i i hide captionPeter Lee, executive director of Covered California, unveils a marketing campaign for the exchange in Los Angeles… Continue reading »

After Checking Blood Pressure, Kiosks Give Sales Leads To Insurers

i i hide captionSoloHealth owns 3,500 health screening kiosks like this one in San Francisco. In some states, the company… Continue reading »

California Hospital Workers Pitch Obamacare To ER Patients

i i hide captionO’Connor Hospital in San Jose, Calif., is encouraging uninsured patients to sign up for coverage in the… Continue reading »