Imagine how social security was first administered. Now imagine how the Affordable Care Act could look in 75 years.
California’s insurance commissioner has reached an agreement with one of the state’s major health insurance companies to delay its cancellation of more than 115,000 individual policies under the federal Affordable Care Act.
A new report finds that nearly two million people in California could qualify for tax subsidies under the new Affordable Care Act. The study comes as the federal insurance website faces a new round of criticism on the Capitol Hill.
Executive Director of Covered California, Peter Lee discusses California’s health exchange, Covered California, and the potential impacts of the national roll out of the Affordable Care Act.
The Alameda Alliance for Health has been removed from Covered California because it has not been approved by the state to sell health coverage in the commercial market.
The Obama administration has recruited engineers from several prominent technology companies to help fix the technological problems preventing people from signing up for government-mandated health insurance.
The head of California’s new health insurance exchange estimates that nearly one million Californians may see their health insurance plans disappear when the Affordable Care Act kicks in.
Some Californians are getting hit with a painful side effect of Obamacare: Their health insurance rates are going up. But California’s health care exchange says consumers shouldn’t freak out just yet.
The decision to drop elective abortion coverage from the Santa Clara University health insurance plan surprised some faculty, who say the move goes against the school’s tradition of openness.
Officials with California’s health insurance exchange say more than 16,300 applications were processed during the marketplace’s first five days of operation.