Monthly Archives: February 2015

5 Things To Know About The Latest Supreme Court Challenge To Health Law

i The Affordable Care Act will take center stage at the Supreme Court on March 4. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide… Continue reading »

May I Move My Son Off My Insurance So He Can Buy On The Exchange?

i Some people are trying to figure out how to become eligible for coverage on the health insurance marketplaces. Others… Continue reading »

Lots Of Seniors Are Overweight, But Few Use Free Counseling For It

i Anne Roberson walks a quarter-mile down the road each day to her mailbox in the farming town of Exeter,… Continue reading »

Administration Bars Health Plans That Won’t Cover Hospital Care

i Is health insurance that doesn’t cover hospital care worth having? iStockphoto hide caption itoggle caption iStockphoto Is health insurance… Continue reading »

Administration Grants Tax Time Reprieve For Obamacare Procrastinators

i There’s a second chance coming for some people who didn’t buy health insurance and would face a big tax… Continue reading »

Pregnant And Uninsured? Don’t Count On Obamacare Coverage

i Under the Affordable Care Act, pregnancy isn’t considered a “qualifying event” that justifies enrollment at any time. iStockphoto hide… Continue reading »

Satisfied Patients Now Make Hospitals Richer, But Is That Fair?

i Happy patients can be a windfall for the hospitals that care for them. Laughing Stock/Corbis hide caption itoggle caption… Continue reading »

Texas Insurance Brokers Play Bigger Role In 2015’s Obamacare

i Dallas insurance agent Jo Ann Charron has worked with clients to help clear confusion over subsidies offered by plans… Continue reading »

Is Now The Time To Fix Rather Than Scrap Obamacare?

i Speaker of the House John Boehner, R-Ohio, leaves the chamber Feb. 3 after another House vote to repeal the… Continue reading »

Insurers And Austin Mayor Promote Obamacare To Texas Latinos

i Blue Cross Blue Shield takes aim at Target — or, rather, at Target shoppers in San Antonio who might… Continue reading »