Enroll America, a key supporter of the Affordable Care Act, formally launched its “Get Covered America” campaign Tuesday with the first goal being to educate millions of uninsured Americans about new insurance options.
Officials overseeing the implementation of the Affordable Care Act have proposed rules to require that insurance companies accept a variety of payment methods, including cashier’s checks, money orders, and re-loadable pre-paid debit cards. That’s expected to help millions of low-income Americans — many of whom don’t have access to credit cards and checking accounts — [...]
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, set to go into full effect on Jan 1., is certain to have broad-reaching impacts on the way that insurance companies sell their products to consumers. Some insurers, like Aetna Inc (NYSE:AET), have been jockeying for position in the Medicaid arena, purchasing Coventry Health Care for $5.7 billion to [...]
President Obama's signature on the Affordable Care Act. The handful of Senate Democrats up for reelection in 2014 in tough states have decided to embrace Obamacare, taking the opportunity of its implementation coinciding with the midterm...Show More Summary
About half of Americans say they don’t know how the Affordable Care Act will affect them. Four in 10 think the 2010 law has been repealed or overturned, or they are unsure where it stands. So chances are good that when the major provisions...Show More Summary
WSJ legal reporter Jennifer Smith discusses how the Affordable Care Act and other rules are sparking a mini-boom for specialist attorneys who can backstop overloaded internal teams and steer clients through an increasingly crowded regulatory minefield.
Expect self-serve kiosks at fast-food restaurants and more part-time workers as the Affordable Care Act continues rolling out, according to Andy Puzder, chief executive of CKE Restaurants Inc.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, set to go into full effect on Jan 1., is certain to have broad-reaching impacts on the way that insurance companies sell their products to consumers. Some insurers, like Aetna , have been...Show More Summary
The former Obama campaign is putting up big bucks to defend the Affordable Care Act this summer, months before President Barack Obama’s signature health care law fully kicks in—and more than three years after it was signed into law.Show More Summary
Less affordable. “As the nation heads pell-mell down the road toward implementation of the Affordable Care Act in 2014, the number of warning signs over its impact are also sliding by, at a faster pace. Many raise the unanswered question: … Continue reading ?
In 2010, the American government passed the largest healthcare bill since Medicare. This new law, known as the Affordable Care Act, is set to reshape how Americans handle their health insurance and could open new insurance options for small businesses. While some parts of this bill are already in action, most of the major sections [...]
ByFusion Research: This year, the Patient Protection and the Affordable Care Act, or PPACA, jointly known as Obamacare, has brought positive changes that will benefit both the U.S. citizens as well as the health care providers. It plans...Show More Summary
The Legislature approved a measure, part of the federal Affordable Care Act, to broaden coverage to 1.4 million low-income people in the state.
Hospitals that are already struggling financially to stay afloat face significant challenges in the coming months and years under some of the provisions of Obamacare. Under the Affordable Care Act’s Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program, hospitals that readmit certain patients within 30 days of discharge could face significant penalties. Show More Summary
Tick-tock, tick-tock, tick-tock... just six-and-half more months until the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, goes into full effect. Over the past year we at The Motley Fool have examined the ins-and-outs...Show More Summary
Will the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act cripple the middle class that President Obama has fought so hard to protect?
Click here to view this media Whatever else Jan Brewer is, no one can say she isn't hard-nosed and calculating. When she decided the Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act was good for Arizona, she also decided to steamroll...Show More Summary
In an unexpected turn of events, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) recently became one of the nation's most enthusiastic proponents of Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act, despite opposition from her Republican allies. In an even more unexpected development, her efforts p …
The Affordable Care Act may not be affordable for a lot of low-wage employees of the type the program was intended to help. Despite the apparent flaw being with the design of the law itself, the Associated Press frames the issue in terms...Show More Summary
Capitol Hill was abuzz Thursday over a Politico story that warned of a mass exodus among staffers and lawmakers because of fears their health insurance premiums will leap due to a sneaky provision of the Affordable Care Act. But in a parallel with the overall debate about Obamacare, opinion is divided along party lines. Show More Summary