Affordable Care Act
Opinion: Kentucky’s health gains are realOpinion: Kentucky’s health gains are realKentuckians should be concerned the governor’s decision to dismantle kynect will lead to higher costs and less choice.
Labeling law is an Obamacare latecomerLabeling law is an Obamacare latecomerThe menu-labeling regulations coming into effect at the end of 2016 are among the final moving parts of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, to click into place after President Barack Obama signed the law in March 2010.
Beshear on ending kynect: 'I cannot sit idly by'Beshear on ending kynect: 'I cannot sit idly by'Former Gov. Steve Beshear launches a campaign to stop Gov. Matt Bevin from dismantling his health care initiatives.
More kids found coverage with health lawMore kids found coverage with health lawMinn children lacking coverage fell from about 86,000 in 2013 to fewer than 48,000 in 2014
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Q & A with a NY state of health navigatorQ & A with a NY state of health navigatorQ & A with NY state of health navigator Wanda Ramirez about some basic insurance questions.
Medicaid expansion gets more NJ kids insuredMedicaid expansion gets more NJ kids insuredNew Jersey sharply cut into the rate of children in the state without health insurance thanks mainly to Gov. Chris Christie's decision to accept Obamacare's expansion of Medicaid, according to a report scheduled to be released Thursday.
Hoping to push needle on Medicaid talks, groups release pollHoping to push needle on Medicaid talks, groups release pollHealth groups are keeping pressure on skeptical legislators by publishing poll showing 74% support Medicaid expansion
Ariz. House panel OKs bill to restore kids' health insuranceAriz. House panel OKs bill to restore kids' health insuranceLegislation would restore health insurance for children that was lost when Arizona froze enrollment amid budget cuts.
Michigan 1 of 8 states with drop in uninsured residentsMichigan 1 of 8 states with drop in uninsured residentsThe report does not analyze reasons for the gains, but independent experts say the trend is due to the Obama health care law.
Mandatory depression screening a depressing thoughtMandatory depression screening a depressing thoughtThe United States Preventive Services Task Force recently recommended mandatory depression screening for all Americans. The task force wants to force health insurance companies to pay for the screening.
Five notable 5-4 decisions by Justice AlitoFive notable 5-4 decisions by Justice AlitoThese rulings are among the conservative justice's most important
A 2016 prescription for health care reformA 2016 prescription for health care reformHealth care premiums will cost more this year in 49 out of 50 states
State’s health gains are real, worth defendingState’s health gains are real, worth defendingData are compelling evidence that healthcare reform is working, and that we are beginning to overcome long-standing barriers to good health.
Medicaid across U.S. a matter of when, not if, says federal health chiefMedicaid across U.S. a matter of when, not if, says federal health chiefFederal health chief touts ACA signups, says will leave process far better than it was.
- Letters to the Editor
Why my small marketing firm dropped health insurance — and my employees and I got a win-winWhy my small marketing firm dropped health insurance — and my employees and I got a win-winEach fall over the last several years, I worried this might be the year I would tell the employees at my Indianapolis-based small marketing firm that I could no longer afford to offer health insurance.
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Obamacare funds HIP 2.0, although success rate is poorObamacare funds HIP 2.0, although success rate is poorI am responding to Gov. Mike Pence’s Jan. 31 column regarding HIP 2.0.
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Mondays with Authors: Steve Forbes on saving AmericaMondays with Authors: Steve Forbes on saving AmericaIn his "Reviving America," chapters are crisp, summarizing issues in the first few sentences, and comparing Myth vs. Reality
Medicaid expansion draws Hoosiers from ObamacareMedicaid expansion draws Hoosiers from Obamacare10 percent drop in Hoosiers selecting insurance through HealthCare.gov is due to new Medicaid options, officials say.
Arizona's Affordable Care Act health-insurance sign-ups slow in third yearArizona's Affordable Care Act health-insurance sign-ups slow in third yearSlightly more than 203,000 Arizona residents re-enrolled or chose a new plan, according to preliminary figures.
Report: Obamacare enrollment in SWFL hits nearly 93,000Report: Obamacare enrollment in SWFL hits nearly 93,000Nearly 93,000 Southwest Floridians enrolled in health insurance on the federal insurance exchange, healthcare.gov, by the end this season's enrollment period, according to government figures released Thursday.
Nearly 13 million people enrolled in ACA plans for 2016Nearly 13 million people enrolled in ACA plans for 2016Nearly 13 million people signed up for 2016 health insurance ahead of the Jan. 31 deadline
ObamaCare tops 268K in Tennessee; industry awaits member mixObamaCare tops 268K in Tennessee; industry awaits member mixMore than 20,000 across the state selected a health plan on the federally run exchange in the final days of enrollment.
Here's how millennials could change health careHere's how millennials could change health careMillennials may give the healthcare industry more impetus to improve customer service
Kentucky tops coverage gains as GOP looks to remake MedicaidKentucky tops coverage gains as GOP looks to remake Medicaid Kentucky and Arkansas had the largest drops in the percentage of people without health insurance in the country, according to the Gallup-Healthways survey.
10 years after, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito makes his case10 years after, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito makes his caseThe darling of conservatives hits in the heart of the order on the high court.
Attempted override of Obamacare repeal veto failsAttempted override of Obamacare repeal veto failsThe U.S. House failed to override a veto by the White House of a bill that would have gutted Obamacare and defunded Planned Parenthood.