Fear of dealing with the complexity of the medical system poses a bigger obstacle to healthcare reform than the problems with HealthCare.gov, a former healthcare navigator writes in The Daily Yonder.
More patients are turning to hospitals and insurers to provide information on costs of procedures and treatments when making care decisions and choosing providers, according to a new TransUnion Healthcare survey.
The percentage of Americans who believe it is not the government's responsibility to make sure all Americans have healthcare is at a record high, according to Gallup.
President Barack Obama, under the threat of Democrats abandoning their support on key elements of his signature healthcare reform law, announced today that he will keep the promise he made to the country and individuals won't lose their existing insurance under the Affordable Care Act--at least for another year.
So President Barack Obama may be having his worst week--scratch that--worst month ever. After a tense war of words with Republicans over healthcare reform that led to a 16-day government shutdown in...
There's at least one casualty to the problem-plagued HealthCare.gov: A Medicare official who oversaw the launch of the website is leaving to take a job in the private sector, according to the Washington Post.
The Obama administration announced $150 million in new grants through the Affordable Care Act that will help more than a million patients across the country access community-based healthcare, The Hill re ported.
A $500,000 California Endowment grant will help television writers and producers incorporate Affordable Care Act (ACA) information into their scripts, targeting young, healthy Hispanics and other key demographics whose enrollment is crucial to healthcare reform's success, according to ABC News.
The best defense is a good offense and that's President Barack Obama's plan this week as he tries to deflect the continuing problems and mounting criticism of his administration's handling of the HealthCare.gov website by focusing on the benefits of healthcare reform and enrollment efforts, budget negotiations and the economy.
A number of the country's top hospitals will opt out of healthcare reform, only accepting one or two insurance companies operating under the Affordable Care Act, leaving Americans who sign up for the initiative uncovered, an investigation by Watchdog.org revealed.