Kaiser Family Foundation
With the Deadline Fast Approaching, ACA Open Enrollment Numbers Look Grim
Since the sign-up period began on November 1st, slightly more than 4.1 million people have enrolled in 2019 plans—a significant decline in comparison with previous years.
Benchmark Premiums Will Be 16 Percent Higher Due to the GOP's Actions
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.
Here's What Happened When Arkansas Implemented Work Requirements for Medicaid Recipients
Over 8,000 beneficiaries lost coverage in the last two months.
Out-of-Network Claims Are Very Common—and Very Costly
A new Kaiser Family Foundation report illustrates the toll of out-of-network charges.
These Charts Illustrate Who's Most Affected by Obamacare Instability
It's middle-income people who aren't eligible for subsidies.
When Good Health Insurance Doesn't Do You Any Good
The most unusual thing about Rabbi Ben-Tzion Welton's struggle with unanticipated medical expenses may be that he's so far avoided bankruptcy.
Obamacare Q&A: Fears of a Premium 'Death Spiral' Are Overstated
Kaiser Foundation expert predicts that, “What we’ll start to see in January are the real effects of the law, rather than the more hypothetical ones we’ve been talking about up until now.”