A health economist warns of trouble ahead as the law takes fuller effect.
Maybe doctors aren’t being swamped with new Obamacare enrollees, after all.
Enrollment is going pretty well in these states.
Some states are ditching their enrollment systems, but they want to keep control of their marketplaces.
Don't blame Obamacare just yet.
Insurers' cautious approach this year meant higher premiums, according to a new analysis.
Exchange directors see potential challenges for attracting new customers — and keeping the current ones.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence will use an existing state plan favored by conservatives to boost coverage.
The "woodwork effect" is starting to show up in state budgets.
With limited 2014 data, pricing 2015 health plans is going to be a challenge.
People previously eligible for the program are now signing up.
Hospitals find Medicaid admissions are up and uninsured visits are down in states with expanded Medicaid programs.
New department data show fewer hospital-acquired conditions and fewer return trips to the hospital.
More than two years after leaving Washington, Don Berwick is running for governor on a single-payer platform.
Providers faced $85 billion in charity care in 2013, and government support is expected to drop as more gain coverage.
The rate has dropped to the lowest point in six years.
People signing up before the deadline went for cheaper health plans.
With a high uninsured rate and a younger population, Hispanics are seen as a key enrollment demographic.
State exchanges and HHS can't agree on who should allow exemptions from the individual mandate.
Wellpoint changes its tune after predicting major hikes last month.