A Kaiser Family Foundation poll released Thursday shows Americans bad perception of the ACA is near an all-time high. Meanwhile, brokers negativity about their ability to do their jobs on the exchanges has subsided.
Despite fixes made to the health insurance marketplaces, two-thirds of Americans (66%) surveyed in mid-January still say the opening has not gone well or worse, according to a new Associated Press-GfK survey.
WellPoint Inc., the second-biggest U.S. medical insurer, added 500,000 new members since Obamacare enrollment began and while they are older and sicker than current members, CEO isnt worried about the risk pool.
EBA recently introduced a concept several brokers across the country are embracing the retail storefront. But one broker doesnt just want to attract individual clients to walk-in, he plans to use the space to enhance offerings for his group client employees, too.
More than half of Americans do not know the date by which they must purchase health insurance to comply with the Affordable Care Acts individual mandate provision, according to a Bankrate.com survey.
Republican U.S. senators opposed to Obamacare said the best alternative would be a narrower system of tax credits for Americans to buy health insurance without any of the mandates for people or companies to participate.
The vast majority of U.S. companies said the implementation of the Obama administrations health care law will have no effect on their businesses or hiring plans, according to results of a poll issued Monday.
Through strategic partnerships, small brokerages can compete on a national level.
Three million people have enrolled in private health plans offered through the Obamacare insurance exchanges, U.S. officials said.
A Missouri law requiring licenses for counselors who help consumers find health insurance on Affordable Care Act exchanges was temporarily blocked by a U.S. judge, setting back a measure by a state hostile to the federal health care overhaul statute.
As a result of the continued uncertainty of Affordable Care Acts impact, Moodys changed the outlook for U.S. health insurers to negative from stable.
Excepted benefits are specified limited scope health benefits that are exempt or excepted from the insurance market reform provisions of the Affordable Care Act and the health insurance requirements of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1986, known as HIPAA.
The percentage of adults without health insurance in the U.S. fell this month to the lowest level since the end of 2012 as the core provisions of Obamacare took effect, a Gallup poll found.
Some small businesses are facing a potential double whammy in 2016 from the Affordable Care Act, one expert warns.
Humana Inc. was sued by a Missouri man who claimed the insurer raised premiums for him and other customers and then failed to respond to requests to cancel policies, allegedly to increase revenue under the Affordable Care Act in what may be the first such lawsuit.