A few healthcare reform bright spots emerge

Things have started looking up for the healthcare reform law, according to The Motley Fool. Signs of improvement for the Affordable Care Act and insurers include the fact that unfavorable opinions of the law haven't worsened. And celebrities are praising and promoting healthcare reform instead of mocking it. Moreover, insurers are spending advertising dollars to promote their reform-related products, The Motley Fool noted. For example, WellPoint will spend as much as $100 million by year end on multi-media ads focusing on young adults and Aetna has hired renowned advertising agents to build brand equity and reach healthy adults through a prime time TV ad campaign, FierceHealthPayer previously reported. Article

Suggested Articles

A judge has dismissed the ongoing case between Oscar Health and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida over broker arrangements.

On-demand doctor house call app Heal is expanding its services into the New York City market with the acquisition of Doctors on Call.

Expanding options for dental care in Medicare is a popular idea, but policymakers could take several avenues toward this goal, a new analysis shows.