For over a decade, we’ve been waiting for Washington to solve our healthcare woes. Now, with Washington in total dysfunction, states are looking for solutions.
Consumers will have lower deductibles, improved access, evidenced-based services, and access to transparent, predictable cost-sharing, Inslee says
Forty-five percent say they have little or no confidence that they’ll be able to afford the cost of health coverage once they retire.
If the district court ruling that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional were to be upheld, the entire health care system could be thrust into chaos.
The annual open-enrollment period for people who buy their own insurance on the Affordable Care Act’s marketplaces ends Dec. 15 in most states.
Health insurance can be difficult to afford, but going without it is a “bad gamble,” experts say
If you want to enroll in a marketplace health insurance plan, now’s the time to get cracking.
A few states have banned them, others limit them. But to some healthy consumers, short-term plans are a low-cost alternative to more comprehensive coverage.
Activists for expanding Medicaid in the four states are circumventing their Republican-led legislatures and taking the matter directly to the voters.
There are a lots of ways to get help finding a good plan for you and your family, online, by phone and in person.
“Medicare-for-all” and single-payer health care are suddenly popular. Republicans are calling it threat to older people and to American freedom.
Here are five questions and answers to help understand the case, Texas v. U.S.
When a hospital and an insurer do not agree on a price. The hospital can sometime demands that patients pay the difference, in a practice called balance billing.
Plans could raise premiums for those who remain in the Affordable Care Act marketplace — and the skimpier short-term coverage is far more limited.
Insurers and data brokers are predicting your health costs based on data about things like race, how much TV you watch, or even buy plus-size clothing.