Affordable Care Act
Californians buying individual health plans on the state insurance exchange will see an average increase of about 4 percent in premiums for the second year in a row.
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America’s Healthcare Advocate, Michelle Katz, stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to talk about her book “Healthcare Made Easy”.
California will offer a special extension to buy health insurance through the state exchange for people who say they weren’t aware they would face a tax penalty for being uninsured.
overed California hopes to get 500,000 additional California residents enrolled.
More than 144,000 residents have selected Covered California plans this year on the marketplace, which was created as part of President Barack Obama’s health care reform law.
Covered California officials are teaming up with U.S. immigration officials to ease the fears of so-called mixed-status families that enrolling for Obamacare might result in deportation.
Those who missed the last enrollment deadline for Covered California will have another opportunity to enroll starting Nov. 15.
California’s health insurance exchange has awarded $184 million in contracts without the competitive bidding and oversight that is standard practice across state government.
With almost a year under its belt, has the Affordable Care Act impact as many people as it originally set out to?
Los Angeles County emergency room visits slowed in the early months of Obamacare, according to state records.
Californians buying individual health plans on the state’s exchange will see their premiums rise by an average of 4.2 percent in 2015, about half the increase the industry has seen in the past three years, officials announced Thursday.
A half-dozen states with backlogs for Medicaid enrollees, including California, were facing a federal deadline Monday to create plans for getting those low-income residents enrolled in health coverage.
California regulators are investigating whether two giant medical insurers misled consumers about which doctors they covered under federal health care reform packages.
Overall, the Obama administration had projected California would enroll 1.3 million during the first enrollment period, which began Oct. 1. Covered California said the state had set a target of around 830,000.