by Sy Mukherjee Posted on December 18, 2013
Americans now have until January 10 to pay their premiums for Obamacare policies that take effect at the beginning of 2014.
by Sy Mukherjee Posted on December 12, 2013 Updated: December 12, 2013
Just half of psychiatrists accepted private insurance between 2009 and 2010 -- while 90 percent of all other doctors take private insurance.
by Josh Israel Posted on December 10, 2013
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) announced Monday that he will forgo his own federal employer subsidy — one of at least a dozen Senators opting to pay the full cost of their own health insurance.
by Sy Mukherjee Posted on December 10, 2013 Updated: December 10, 2013
A new Gallup survey finds that 30 percent of all Americans skip out on medical treatment due to high costs -- a number that rises to nearly 60 percent for the uninsured. The Affordable Care Act has the potential to change that.
by Jeff Spross Posted on December 9, 2013
There's very little evidence that health insurance muddies price signals or encourages over-consumption of care.
by Sy Mukherjee Posted on November 15, 2013
Unscrupulous insurance companies are resorting to creative methods to convince Americans to buy insurance that provides little financial protection if they get sick and need medical care.
by Alyssa Rosenberg Posted on October 2, 2013 Updated: October 2, 2013
Being able to buy insurance as individuals under the Affordable Care Act make it much easier to pursue an already-risky career in the arts.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Posted on September 11, 2013
9/11 first responders finally have health coverage for cancer -- but sequester cuts threaten to affect the amount of money that the federal government can give them for their treatment.
by Sy Mukherjee Posted on September 4, 2013
In over half of all states, nearly a third of Hispanics are uninsured. Stubborn GOP opposition to Obamacare will likely leave many of them that way.
by Sy Mukherjee Posted on August 26, 2013
The so-called "skinny plans" come with low premiums -- but also sub-par coverage that may not cover critical benefits like hospital stays.