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Students have coverage choices, including school health plans and Obamacare.
More Americans will soon have health insurance than ever before, thanks to the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare. From the scarce data provided on signups so far during the first open enrollment period under Obamacare, the majority of people gaining new coverage are being declared eligible for Medicaid rather than being provided with subsidies to purchase private insurance through ...
If you've avoided looking for health insurance because you think it might be difficult to find the right information and pick the right plan, it might be time to reconsider. You don't have to put yourself at risk for high medical bills - or poor health - because you're not sure how to choose your insurance coverage.
There's a lot of confusion about the new health-care requirements. Here's a quick guide on what you need to know.
The clock is ticking folks -- and no, we don't mean the countdown to Christmas. Those people who are not insured or had their current health insurance canceled and don't want to go with the default plan recommended by their insurance company have until Dec. 23 to enroll in a new pla
Consumers who want insurance to kick in Jan. 1 need to complete the process by Dec. 23.
Residents in some parts of the U.S. are signing up for health care coverage at a significantly greater rate than others through the new online insurance marketplaces now operating in every state.
Many young adults are newcomers to health insurance, its costs and ways to select a health plan that fits both their lifestyle and their budget.
Aetna is making it easier for members in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kentucky and Tennessee who were affected by Winter Storm Cleon to refill prescriptions and access employee assistance, student assistance and behavioral health programs.
Advocates this week have stepped up efforts to enroll a demographic considered key to the success of the nation's new health care law -- community college students.