With almost a year under its belt, has the Affordable Care Act impact as many people as it originally set out to?
State officials say the rate of people without health insurance in Hawaii has dropped below 6 percent since the implementation of President Barack Obama’s federal health care overhaul.
Senate Republicans have blocked a bill aimed at restoring free contraception for women who get their health insurance from companies that object on religious grounds.
Janet Shadoin was unable to unenroll from the plan she purchased on the Affordable Care Act online marketplace.
A proposed small procedural change to a legislative commission may be the starting point of a compromise that ends a months-long impasse over the Virginia state budget.
The wild hikes in health insurance rates that blindsided many Americans in recent years may become less frequent because of the health care overhaul.
The governor’s office says federal prosecutors have subpoenaed state records for a grand jury investigation of the troubled Cover Oregon health insurance website.
Police unions across the U.S. are pushing for officers to be able to collect workers’ compensation benefits if they suffer post-traumatic stress disorder, whether they got it from the general stress of police work or from responding to a deadly shooting rampage.
More consumers realize they bought plans with limited doctor and hospital networks, some after websites that mistakenly said their doctors were included.
The health care law has opened up a new opportunity for some mothers-to-be to save on medical bills for childbirth.