Voters consistently rank health care as one of the most important issues in this election.
In a new analysis, researchers at the Kaiser Family Foundation looked at the cumulative effects of the Republican Party's actions on health insurance premiums.
In 2018, 8.7 million people bought their non-group health insurance through healthcare.gov—down from 9.2 million people in 2017.
Over 83 percent of employed Ohioans who were continuously enrolled in Medicaid said the program helped enable them to hold down jobs.
Inside the growing activist energy among current and recent med students.
It's middle-income people who aren't eligible for subsidies.
Short-term insurance plans, which are not subject to the Affordable Care Act's regulations, are often cheaper for healthy consumers.
Researchers find that implementing state-level individual mandates across the U.S. would drop the number of uninsured by nearly four million people by 2022.
Advocacy groups worry that the language removals might foreshadow new policies from the Department of Health and Human Services.
The update was totally unrelated to the report, a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services spokesman says.
A Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services spokesman says the scrubbing was part of "routine updates and maintenance."
The scrubbing is part of a larger effort to weaken the Affordable Care Act, according to one health policy expert.
Opponents of association plans argue they could further destabilize the ACA's non-group and small group markets.
The group of experts includes both fierce advocates of the ACA and fierce opponents.
Though various mentions of it have disappeared from government webpages, the Affordable Care Act remains in effect.
A Kaiser Family Foundation poll shows Americans support a more inclusive health-care system.
When it comes to health insurance, you get what you pay for.
A number of controversial issues have emerged in recent weeks as roadblocks to a new budget bill.
Many legal experts believe the proposed plans violate the law and insurers that offer them will surely be sued.