Florida residents would lose $12.3 billion in financial assistance in 2016 if the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down insurance subsidies for states that haven't established their own exchanges, according to an analysis done by Democratic staffers on the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
Obamacare remains unpopular, but specific provisions of the federal healthcare law have broad support, according to the latest polling data from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
More than 750,000 people have selected or re-enrolled in a qualified health plan across 14 state-based exchanges, according to state-released estimates.
HHS is rolling out online partnerships with three online firms to further promote HealthCare.gov during the current open-enrollment period, which ends Feb. 15.
More than a million people signed up for health insurance plans on HealthCare.gov in the past week, bringing the overall total of signups for the first four weeks of the current open-enrollment period to nearly 2.5 million.
President Barack Obama pitched HealthCare.gov in interviews with three seemingly unusual outlets on Friday—a hip hop radio station in Raleigh, N.C., a sports radio show and a morning talk show led by "American Idol" host Ryan Seacrest. But it's not the first time the president has used...
HealthCare.gov on Monday seemed to be handling the last-minute rush of enrollees signing up for insurance that will be effective Jan. 1 with only minor glitches rather than the major problems it saw last year, site watchers said.
We'll soon see how effective a health insurance salesman President Barack Obama proves to be as the deadline arrives this week for Americans to sign up for individual-market coverage effective Jan. 1.
President Barack Obama is making one last big push to encourage Americans to sign up for health insurance on HealthCare.gov. Young people continue to be the administration's main target, based on his public appearances.
Publicly traded insurers may not feel too much financial pain in the short term if the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down Obamacare premium subsidies offered through the federal exchange and Congress doesn't act to restore the financial assistance, analysts say.
More than 600,000 people signed up for coverage through HealthCare.gov during the third week of the open-enrollment period, according to HHS. That easily surpasses the pace of sign-ups during the initial two weeks of the enrollment window.
“Inexcusable” was the word of the day on Capitol Hill. Both MIT economist Jonathan Gruber and CMS Administrator Marilyn Tavenner invoked it to describe their actions during a more than four-hour hearing Tuesday before a House committee.