District of Columbia residents purchasing insurance on the city’s health exchange will have fewer options next year.
Learn how the Affordable Healthcare Act, and whether or not you have insurance, will impact the way you do taxes this year.
Federal officials say nearly 300,000 Virginians have signed up for the health insurance marketplace under the program’s second open enrollment.
Not only do more Americans have health insurance, but the number struggling with medical costs has dropped since President Barack Obama’s health care law expanded coverage, according to a study released Thursday.
Federal officials say that nearly 165,000 Virginians have enrolled or re-enrolled in plans sold through the health insurance marketplace.
The cost of being uninsured in America is going up significantly next year for millions of people.
More than 1,800 new people have signed up for new health insurance plans this year through the District of Columbia’s health insurance marketplace.
Maryland’s health department says more than 80,000 residents have enrolled in health coverage through the state’s insurance exchange since the second open enrollment period began Nov. 15.
About a quarter of Maryland residents who need to re-enroll in the state’s health insurance marketplace to get their correct subsidies by Jan. 1 have done so, Maryland officials said Wednesday. Now, they are urging the rest of roughly 66,000 individuals who enrolled earlier to sign up again before next week’s deadline to get coverage by the first of the year.
A shortage of primary care doctors has emerged as thousands of people gained insurance through the Affordable Care Act, according to a new survey.