Patient advocates say health insurers aren't living up to a key Obamacare promise.
The law scores a record low in a key health-care poll. But is it just a blip?
Experts say we need a better plan for raising the next generation of doctors.
One reason why subsidies may be in jeopardy if the highest court gets a say.
President Obama said it would be, but polling shows it’s still just as hard as ever.
Potentially millions of Medicaid applications are still pending, while a blame game emerges.
Amid fears that doctors wouldn't take the newly insured, new surveys suggest that hasn't been the case.
The Massachusetts coverage expansion suggests a jump in costly, elective surgeries could be coming, new research says.
What the Hobby Lobby ruling could mean for religious nonprofits still challenging the administration.
The federal government wants to make things easier for navigators, but the path forward is murky.
Even if it means a better deal, people are resistant to changing health plans.
But we're not going back to the health-care spending explosion of the 1990s, a new report says.
One insurer sunk an effort to make price and quality data flow more freely.
Can your boss claim a religious objection to providing free contraception?
It contradicts previous surveys that found most exchange enrollees already had coverage.
These policy changes wouldn't come cheap.
Still, it's really tough to make comparisons between the individual market before and after Obamacare.
The least competitive exchanges are growing next year.
An investigation finds insurers are overcharging the health-care program for seniors.
Campaign contributions are down in the past 20 years as polarization increases, researchers found.