By Igor Volsky on November 4, 2013
The GOP's proposals would exempt insurers from the new minimum benefits established by health care reform, but they don't actually prevent companies from changing their policies or dropping coverage.
By Esther Yu-Hsi Lee on October 28, 2013
Immigration and Customs Enforcement released a memo stating that the agency would not use personal information submitted through the Affordable Care Act website to enforce immigration law.
By Carimah Townes on October 22, 2013
October marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month. But what's often missing from the conversation is the disproportionate impact that this type of abuse can have on women of color.
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By Sy Mukherjee on October 3, 2013
The new legislation is intended to ensure there isn't a shortage of primary care doctors as the Affordable Care Act takes effect.
By Esther Yu-Hsi Lee on October 1, 2013
Depending on their legal status, uninsured immigrants will have access to new health care marketplaces starting Tuesday under the Affordable Care Act, which is more commonly known as Obamacare.
By Aviva Shen on September 20, 2013
Taylor Gilmer is one of more than a thousand women who say they have been abused or ignored by the for-profit health care center at Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women.
By Igor Volsky on September 18, 2013
"As of 2011, the percentage of those children with health insurance stands at 87.2, up from 81.7 in 2008," a new report finds.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on September 18, 2013
A new report from the Commonwealth Fund finds that "there are often two Americas when it comes to healthcare, divided by geography and income."
By Tara Culp-Ressler on September 5, 2013
Yet another example of racial disparity in the health care industry.
By Bryce Covert on September 4, 2013
Female doctors still make less than what male ones made 20 years ago.