Monthly Archives: February 2016

Health Quality An Issue For Poor, 2 Years Into Obamacare, Poll Finds

A series of polls in key states by NPR and its partners finds that more than half of adults in… Continue reading »

Hillary Clinton Hitches Her Health Care Wagon To Obamacare

i Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a Las Vegas high school last Friday. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption… Continue reading »

Taxpayers Confused By Late Health Law Forms

i Tax time comes with a new health wrinkle. Thomas Barwick/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Thomas Barwick/Getty Images Tax… Continue reading »

With Special Tax Suspended, Medical Device Firms Reap Big Savings

i Products that are regulated and taxed as medical devices include a wide range of machines and objects, including various… Continue reading »

Farm Contractors Balk At Obamacare Requirements

i Contractors who supply workers to farmers say requirements of the Affordable Care Act and the immigration status of many… Continue reading »

How 401(k) Withdrawals Can Complicate Health Plan Subsidies

i The IRS could be right behind you. Oivind Hovland/Ikon Images/Corbis hide caption toggle caption Oivind Hovland/Ikon Images/Corbis The IRS… Continue reading »

A Voter’s Guide To The Health Law Chatter

i Republican presidential hopeful Sen. Ted Cruz initially claimed his private insurance had been canceled. It turned out his insurer… Continue reading »

If BMI Is The Test Of Health, Many Pro Athletes Would Flunk

i Sylvester Williams, a Denver Broncos nose guard, nabs Isaiah Crowell of the Cleveland Browns last October. If measured by… Continue reading »

California Exchange Chief Rips UnitedHealth For Obamacare Excuses

i “Instead of saying, ‘We screwed up,’ they said, ‘Obamacare is the problem and we may not play anymore,’ ”… Continue reading »

Few States Use Health Law Option For Low-Cost Plans

In January, more than 350,000 New Yorkers began paying $20 a month or less for comprehensive health insurance with no… Continue reading »