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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Health And Human Services Department
New Jersey fell just short of a recent health insurance exchange enrollment target, and a bigger deadline looms at the end of the month.
About 145,000 Michigan residents have selected private insurance plans under the federal health care law, according to figures released Tuesday by President Barack Obama's administration.
The Obama administration reported Tuesday that more than 4.2 million Americans had selected a private health plan from the Obamacare marketplace through the end of February, with the signups slowing in February versus the numbers for January. More worryingly, there was only a slight uptick in the proportion of young adults signing up as the clock runs out the law's first round of sign-ups.
President Obama's top health officials said Tuesday they expect Congress to front the money needed to fund Obamacare's federal marketplace in fiscal 2015 as they work to make HealthCare.gov operate better this fall.
States that have experienced technical problems running their own health care enrollment websites are getting some help from the Obama administration.
The Obama administration quietly issued a health law fix Thursday to help states that have had technical problems running their own enrollment websites. It could stir up critics but may help the law's supporters.
Gov. Paul LePage's administration continued fighting back against Medicaid expansion Wednesday, arguing that the growth of the program that provides health care to low-income Mainers is already crowding out funding elsewhere for such expenses as oil spill cleanup.
The Obama administration said Wednesday its programs to combat health care fraud recovered more than $8 for every investigative dollar spent over the past three years.
House Republicans intent on highlighting the woes of President Barack Obama's health care law need to look no further than their own back yards, some of which are traditionally liberal strongholds.
A major trade group for America's health insurers is supporting the Obama administration's defense against a lawsuit that questions whether Congress intended to let Obamacare tax credits flow to states that opted to let the federal government run their new insurance markets.
This Valentine's Day, it might not just be your date that takes your breath away, but also the fiscal waste in the government's lung-transplant program.
A Washington-based consultancy has compared new Obamacare data to projected enrollment in each state, a handy tool that shows states such as Idaho, Montana and North Carolina doing quite well even though they've flown under the radar and relied on the federal government to run their new insurance marketplace.
More than 3 million people had signed up for private health insurance on the Obamacare marketplace through the end of January, according to new figures that show the controversial overhaul is still failing to attract enough young people with about six weeks left in its first-ever enrollment period.
The number of young adults signing up for insurance in the new federal marketplace is gradually increasing in Florida even though overall enrollment from last month did not increase dramatically, according to figures released Wednesday by federal health officials.
Wanted: Millions of uninsured Americans willing to give President Barack Obama's health care law a chance.