Future of Affordable Health Insurance Uncertain Before Supreme Court

Future of Affordable Health Insurance Uncertain Before Supreme Court

While there have been many criticisms of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the tax credits have helped millions of low- to middle-income people purchase health insurance coverage. But those tax credits in more than half of the states are in question now because of a lawsuit before the U.S. Supreme Court that could have a […]

Affordable Care Act Taxman Cometh

Affordable Care Act Taxman Cometh

Affordable Care Act health insurance Web sites went live today for some states to allow people to begin browsing information for 2015 coverage. (Others will be live by the end of the month with actual enrollment beginning in all states November 15.) Last year, there was considerable confusion for people looking for individual and family […]

Health Care Without the Affordable Care Act

Health Care Without the Affordable Care Act

States that have accepted the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are positioned better financially than those states that rejected President Obmama’s Medicaid deal. Many states have medical institutions known as safety-net hospitals that provide care for uninsured patients. Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, Washington, accepted the Medicaid plan and has seen the number of uninsured patients […]