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1 hr ago | Washington Examiner
As early as 2007, President Obama promised that under his proposed health care reform law, insurance premiums would go down by $2,500 per year for the average family.
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6 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle
About 359,000 Kansans - or 12.6 percent of the population - were uninsured in 2012, according to a new report by the Kansas Health Institute.
10 hrs ago | The Arizona Republic
Unpaid hospital bills drop after Medicaid expansion PHOENIX -- A survey by the Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association finds a 31 percent reduction in uncompensated care through April.
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Dentist appointments are dreaded by many, but the line for a cleaning and checkup Friday wrapped around the hall of the Horizonte Center.
Nine months following the start of open enrollment for Obamacare, officially known as Affordable Care Act, its success or failure is still largely determined by personal perceptions.
Women sometimes get a raw deal when it comes to insurance. The reasons are varied and aren't all the fault of insurers.
Democrats need to realize that refuting some of the GOP's more ridiculous claims is not going to magically make the law more popular.
New enrollments in Obamacare's Medicaid expansion and other healthcare programs for the poor have reached 6.7 million people since the launch of President Barack Obama's healthcare reforms last year, the administration said on Friday.
Physicians and residents of the Sunshine State are urging Florida's elected leaders to accept federal funding for healthcare as Floridians and business in the state is affected.
A wedding meant that Wright's health insurance could be in jeopardy. Carroll didn't always have the kind of job and coverage that a wife like Wright would need.
Survey after survey is showing that the number of uninsured people has been going down since the start of enrollment last fall.
Furious after discovering that their longtime doctors weren't part of their new Anthem Blue Cross plans under the federal health care law, many Bay Area residents didn't just get mad.
Baker, who supports the state law that includes contraceptive coverage, corrected his previous comments to say it's possible given the court decision that a small segment of employers could qualify for the narrow exemption to the contraceptives mandate.
Although most of us think our health care system is predominantly a private system, government is heavily involved.
Software ordered by Massachusetts to fix its hobbled health care exchange passed initial tests, renewing hopes that the state could finally have a fully operational website by year's end, officials said Thursday.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 01:38 pm
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