December 15th, 2016 was the last day to enroll in coverage that started by January 1st, 2017, but 42 states have expanded the deadline to the 17th or 19th. Open enrollment 2017 ends January 31st, plans purchased after the December 15, 17, or deadline will start February 1st or later.
We present a summary of each provision in the 21st Century Cures Act which aims to tackle mental health, addiction issues including the opioid crisis, and more.
Healthcare providers across the nation are unsure of whether they will be able to survive an abrupt repeal of Obamacare without a comprehensive replacement.
Following a petition request with 320,000 signatures on Whitehouse.gov, President Obama appeared in an interview with Bill Maher in which he discussed his Presidency and the ACA in retrospect, among other things.
Bill Clinton recently criticized ObamaCare. While his wording was confusing, his underlying point is arguably justified and hardly a criticism of the ACA as a whole.
2017 Open Enrollment for ObamaCare starts November 1st and 7 in 10 marketplace shoppers can still get prices as low $75, and 8 out of 10 less than $100!
Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and three other progressive senators are leading an inquiry into why Aetna is pulling out of 11 of 15 of ObamaCare’s exchanges.
Responding to recent ire over a price hike from a list price of $93.88 to $608.81 for an EpiPen two-pack, has Mylan offering some concessions.
Mylan, the maker of the EpiPen, is blaming consumers noticing a recent price increase on ObamaCare, but the fact that consumers are price shopping might be a sign ObamaCare is working.
ObamaCare News Archives Below you will find our archive of news articles on the Affordable Care Act from 2012 – 2014, see our current ObamaCare news section for recent news related to the ACA. ObamaCare News November 2014 Should I Shop Inside or Outside of the Marketplace? Published November 20th, 2014 by ObamaCare Facts Most of…
Below we provide some common sense insight into 2016’s sticker shock for ObamaCare’s premiums and deductibles.
Sanders endorses Clinton, Obama presents a summary of ACA, and all support the fight against big phrama and for a public option.
President Obama published a summary of the ACA’s successes and suggestions for the future in JAMA (The Journal of the American Medical Association).
Here is a side-by-side comparison of Hillary Clinton Vs. Donald Trump on the issues to help you tell the difference between Trump and Clinton.
Despite improvements to the ACA (ObamaCare) being a smart focus for Democrats, Single Payer must remain on the table and in the Democratic party platform.
Here is a proposal for a simple gun law for the U.S. It respects the Second Amendment while attempting to limit violent gun crimes (specifically mass shootings).
When people get sick they typically lose their income source. Unless they have savings, this results in a plan drop. Thus, private health insurance loses value in a catastrophic long-term event.
A recent effort by Politico highlights a movement to address the Opioid drug abuse crisis which claims tens of thousands of lives each year (outpacing deaths from car accidents in some regions).
Bernie Sanders proposed a single payer Medicare for all solution for American health care (BernieCare). What does that mean?
Obama has vetoed the first ObamaCare repeal bill to successfully pass the senate, the bill also included measures to defund Planned Parenthood.
Healthcare spending under the ACA has grown at the slowest rate on record since the early 60’s in 2014 and 2015, hinting that ObamaCare’s cost curbing is working.
The new ObamaCare lawsuit is based on the Constitution’s Origination Clause, which requires that the House be the first to pass a bill “for raising revenue.”
The new 2016 house GOP budget includes a full repeal of ObamaCare, this mirrors the 2013 budget that shutdown the government cost tax payers billions.
The senate voted down a GOP attempt to repeal ObamaCare (the Affordable Care Act) 49-43, 60 votes would have been needed to repeal the law. This is the first repeal attempt since the party took control of the chamber in January 2015.
On June 25th the supreme court upheld ObamaCare’s subsidies in King V Burwell ruling 6-3. Millions will keep their legal HealthCare.Gov subsidies