Three charts that show how health-care costs are rising, especially for people with private insurance.
Ten states are seeking to introduce waivers, requiring that Medicaid beneficiaries maintain regular employment in order to continue to receive benefits.
When it comes to health insurance, you get what you pay for.
Florida is proposing new legislation to stop insurance companies from reporting undocumented people to immigration authorities in order to avoid paying medical bills.
The settlement was reached after a major mailing mishap revealed the HIV status of thousands of patients.
It appears the uninsured rate will only continue to go up.
A new report from the Kaiser Family Foundation sheds light on the Trump administration's funding cuts to ACA navigator groups.
Out of public view, corporations are cutting deals that give consumers little choice but to buy brand-name drugs—and sometimes pay more at the pharmacy counter than they would for generics.
I realized many provisions in Obamacare are made to benefit me and those like me.
One consumer was the victim of hacking attacks on two different health insurers; a company’s privacy officer didn’t realize that health insurer Anthem even had her data. “It gives you a new perspective when you’re actually one of the folks whose data is disclosed.”
For residents of some states, it can be extremely difficult.
The most unusual thing about Rabbi Ben-Tzion Welton's struggle with unanticipated medical expenses may be that he's so far avoided bankruptcy.
With open enrollment over for private health insurance claims, states are struggling to process hundreds of thousands of Medicaid applications.
Sign-ups were supposed to formally end yesterday, and attention is shifting from marketing to measuring whether the law is meetings its goals.
A reading list on the Hobby Lobby cases.
After signing up for coverage and disclosing they were smokers, about 100 New Hampshire consumers, including Terry Wetherby, find their new Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield policies canceled because they were charged incorrect “non-smoker” rates.