Monthly Archives: November 2014

For Some Uninsured, Simply Signing Up Is A Challenge

i i Leaburn Alexander works two jobs and does not have health insurance. It takes him three hours to commute… Continue reading »

School District Pays For Health Care But Can’t Get Itemized Bill

i i Superintendent Alberto Carvalho of Miami-Dade County Public Schools says he knows how much gets paid out in health… Continue reading »

If Supreme Court Strikes Federal Exchange Subsidies, Health Law Could Unravel

i i Supreme Court police stand guard during a storm in March. Michael Reynolds/EPA/Landov hide caption itoggle caption Michael Reynolds/EPA/Landov… Continue reading »

Turning 21? Here’s How To Avoid A Big Hike In Health Premiums

i i Before you blow out the candles, you might want to check your insurance options. Disc Pictures/AsiaPix/Corbis hide caption… Continue reading »

Administration Warns Employers: Don’t Dump Sick Workers From Plans

i i As employers try to minimize expenses under the health law, the Obama administration has warned them against paying… Continue reading »

Upfront Costs Of Going Digital Overwhelm Some Doctors

i i Dr. Oliver Korshin says he’s just a few years from retirement, and can’t afford the flurry of technology… Continue reading »

Republicans File Suit Against Obama Administration Over Health Law

House Republicans on Friday followed through on a threat to sue President Obama over actions he has taken concerning the… Continue reading »

6 Pitfalls To Avoid When Picking Insurance On The Job

i i You don’t get a pass this year on big health insurance decisions because you’re not shopping in an… Continue reading »

Outreach Workers Look For Gains In Second Year Of Obamacare

i i Lee Ann Johnson, director of the Missoula Indian Center, encourages Native Americans in Montana to enroll in private… Continue reading »

Doctor Shortage Looming? Maybe Not

i i Victoria Elizabeth Fischer was presented with a white coat by her grandfather, Dr. Christian Van Den Heuvel, at… Continue reading »