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The GOP’s replacement plan for Obamacare earns a failing grade from the policy arm of Consumer Reports.
A new Republican proposal would significantly change the federal health care law known as “Obamacare” — and alter your finances in various ways.
You can still sign up for 2017 health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act until the end of this month — but stay on top of the political maneuvers that are trying to eliminate it.
It’s time again to enroll for insurance coverage — and the prognosis is for higher prices, fewer choices. Arm yourself with knowledge.
Getting ready for fall’s open enrollment for healthcare? Brace yourself for higher premiums, especially if you reside in this sunny part of the country.
Citing the impact on its bottom line, UnitedHealth will leave all but a handful of insurance state insurance marketplaces. Here’s how that move could affect consumers.
New findings from the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association raise concerns that Americans may face steep hikes in their insurance premiums next year.
The government has extended the deadline to sign up for health insurance and have coverage in place on Jan. 1. Find out more.
The average fee levied on people who fail to buy health insurance for 2016 is projected to rise 47 percent. Find out how much the uninsured might owe.
In a blow to the ACA, UnitedHealth lowered profit expectations, blaming deterioration of its individual insurance plans offered through the government-run exchanges.
The cost of Obamacare’s benchmark silver plans will rise in 2016. But the news is not all bad.
If you weren’t happy with the health insurance you’ve had this year, you’ll soon have a chance to go shopping for a new plan.
The Affordable Care Act has driven some significant improvements to the U.S. health care system, though many Americans are not yet aware of them, scholar says.