The Affordable Care Act requires that all health insurance policies cover 10 essential benefits, including emergency treatment.
To maximize the benefits of your insurance policy, you will likely need to choose a doctor from within your health plan’s network.
The new year brought relief for Americans who previously had no health insurance or were stuck in poor plans, but it also led to confusion after the troubled rollout of the federal health care reforms sent a crush of late applications to overloaded government agencies.
The Christmas Eve deadline to enroll via HealthCare.gov for health care insurance that starts Jan. 1 has passed.
A recent poll suggests that 30 percent of Americans avoid seeking medical treatment due to concerns over costs.
An increasing number of small businesses are canceling insurance coverage for their employees due to standards of coverage established by the Affordable Care Act.
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What has the backlash surrounding health insurance policy cancellations under the Affordable Care Act meant for the law itself, as well as for the legacy of President Barack Obama?
A recent Gallup poll indicates that only 40 percent of people throughout the United States approve of President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare reform law, known also as Obamacare.
With the program known as “Obamacare” only weeks away from its key launch date, hectic preparations are in motion in communities across the country to deal with one of its major practical challenges: hiring and training a small army of instant experts who can explain the intricacies of health insurance to people who’ve never had it.
The findings of a new study indicate that doctors will order fewer laboratory tests for their patients if they know the cost of performing said tests.