Keyword: Georgetown University Health Policy Institute
The number of children without insurance rose for the first time in a decade, and the trend may be spurred in part by the immigration debate.
To some insurance brokers and consumers, short-term insurance plans are an enticing, low-cost alternative for healthy people.
Low-income rural areas in expansion states saw greater coverage gains post-ACA than those in nonexpansion states, says a new Georgetown-UNC study.
Health researchers and advocates have identified a number of potential solutions that could tackle the problem at the federal or state level.
While the Trump administration's latest challenge to the ACA may be stuck in court for years, it could still have some more immediate impacts.
Patients have plenty to gain from the latest innovations in healthcare, but price and coverage remain key barriers, experts say.
Consumers are in for a rude awakening next year as some will likely be hit with double-digit premium increases while Congress points fingers.
Those who buy insurance on the individual market are happy with their plans but remain worried that the exchanges are also falling apart.
Proposed Medicaid work requirements, combined with Alabama's strict eligibility, could kick 8,700 people off Medicaid in the first year.
A number of states are scrambling to enact laws that safeguard the ACA's central provisions, including the individual mandate.