Medicaid Expansion Cuts Rate Of Older Uninsured May 22, 2015 A study finds that in states that did not expand the health program for low-income residents, the rate of uninsurance among 50- to 64-year-olds is twice that of other states.
Medicaid Expansion Still a Fight In Several States May 12, 2015 Medicaid expansion was a big deal in a handful of states' legislatures this year. Wyoming said no, Tennessee said no. Montana said yes in last-minute maneuvering, and three more states are coming down to the wire, including Utah, Alaska and Florida.
Thousands May Have Been Shorted On Subsidies April 24, 2015 Some families likely received lower subsidies than they were entitled to, or were denied Medicaid coverage, because of faulty calculations related to children who receive Social Security income.
What’s At Stake In Supreme Court Obamacare Case April 21, 2015 Despite political opposition to the Affordable Care Act, more than 186,000 people in Louisiana signed up for health insurance through healthcare.gov. The vast majority of those received subsidies, which could be lost in the King v. Burwell case before the Supreme Court.
Fed Marketplace Better Than States At Enrollments April 10, 2015 The research by Avelere Health shows that the exchange the federal government runs in three dozen states had a higher percentage of new and returning enrollees than the other marketplaces run by individual states.
No Drop In Insurance Enrollment At Work March 20, 2015 A survey by benefits consultant Mercer finds that most large employers already met the law’s requirement to provide coverage to those who work 30 hours or more.