There are three major components to every health-care system a patient, a payer (typically an insurance company or the government) and a provider. Here's how money moves between them.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The authors of a bipartisan plan to calm health insurance markets said Wednesday they'll push the proposal forward, even as President Donald Trump's stance ricocheted from supportive to disdainful to arm's-length and the plan's fate teetered.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Republican and Democratic senators joined in announcing a plan Tuesday aimed at stabilizing America's health insurance markets in the wake of President Donald Trump's order to terminate "Obamacare" subsidies. The president, at first, spoke approvingly of the deal, but as conservatives...
About 1.1 million Pennsylvanians - one in 10 under the age of 65 - are insured under the Affordable Care Act.
I do not want to have to switch my health care coverage. For the past 15 years, I have had multiple spinal epidural injections to relieve my sciatic nerve pain. The injection lasts for 4-6 months and I am pain free during that interval. All of my records and images are at a major hospital in Delaware...
Nine million. That is the number of children whose health insurance is in jeopardy because Congress has not met its September 30th deadline for reauthorizing the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
The changes could result in more bare-bones coverage and pull healthier people out of the already struggling insurance markets, leading to higher premiums for those who remain in more-regulated coverage.
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Healthy people who buy their own coverage but earn too much to qualify for help paying their premiums.
New regulations will make sweeping changes to the law's requirement that most employers provide coverage of birth control with no out-of-pocket costs to women.
The political uproar over "repeal and replace" plus the Trump administration's slashing enrollment periods and funding has advocates worried. But there's still help for consumers.
Patients would be forced to appeal to a distant state or a federal agency when they have coverage issues.
One expert calls it "a battle of rhetoric versus reality."