‘You deserve better. I apologize’
Despite what President Obama said, thousands of people are being forced to change plans. But their new ones may offer better coverage.
The Obama administration says the problem-plagued healthcare.gov website will be working properly by the end of November and that the government has appointed a new contractor to head up repairs for the troubled health insurance exchange.
“Each week, the experience will get better and better,” Jeff Zients, a management consultant …
After telling Congress in September that healthcare.gov would be ready, contractors testifying on Thursday are seeking to shift responsibility for the site’s problems
Medicaid, not private insurance, is getting the bulk of early state enrollments
New federal jobs report doesn’t support claim that the Affordable Care Act will decrease full-time employment
While glitches continue to trouble insurance exchanges, another controversial part of the law has been a surprising success
They have one month. If the officials running the new Affordable Care Act insurance exchanges cannot fix crippling computer glitches by then, the health law’s future could be imperiled, according to a former high-ranking health …
Appearing on The Daily Show Monday night, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius faced a friendly pro-health reform host in Jon Stewart, but even he chided the country’s top Obamacare bureaucrat for the rocky
When the Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010 after long and brutal political fight in Congress, President Obama and his allies said the law would provide new insurance coverage to more than 30 million Americans. Three years …
Millions of Americans visited the online health-insurance exchanges despite widespread tech glitches
Insurance web sites struggled on the first day that the new health programs opened to applicants
Answering key questions about the Affordable Care Act