On Oct. 1, millions of Americans gained access to the new marketplaces mandated by President Obama’s health-care law. Check back regularly for the latest news on the launch of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the ongoing political fight over the law in Congress.
Young adults could be more likely to qualify for special eligibility windows.
Coverage expansion is happening at different rates across the country, two new surveys indicate.
The health-care industry is trying to be more up front about the cost of services.
Analysts say insurers will still see payment reductions, and ACA supporters wonder why Medicare is backing down against the cuts.
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She oversaw the troubled launch of President Obama’s Affordable Care Act.
Rand says 8.2 million more have employer coverage since September. The ACA mandates might explain why.
The Avalere Health consulting firm this morning projects that 5.4 million people will sign up in exchange plans by the end of open enrollment on March 31.
The GOP argues that virtually anyone can be exempted, but the administration says the carve out is much more limited.
The White House hopes March Madness will spur new health care enrollment