“We're going to have a very strong number when this period ends,” Carney said Monday.
Insurers feel the administration has taken advantage of them by making repeated changes.
The move will avoid cancellation wave before Election Day.
Firms are expected to spend hundreds of millions of dollars in 2014 alone on ads.
They are demanding to know why three expensive online portals aren't working.
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Moody's lowered its forecast for health insurers from stable to negative.
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The administration said it was "responding with solutions" to public concerns.
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“The system isn’t available at the moment,” Web pages said early Monday.
Miami Heat star films video promoting health insurance exchanges.
AHIP President Karen Ignagni said CMS is putting seniors' well-being on the line.
On “The Tonight Show" with Jimmy Fallon, Michelle Obama says young people aren't invincible.
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Obama said the delay would affect only a “small percentage” of businesses.
For the healthcare world, Tuesday’s speech comes down to one thing: ObamaCare.
The U.S. uninsured rate has dropped to 16.1 percent — down from 17.3 percent in December.
People making 400 percent of the poverty limit are ineligible for subsidies.
The administration reported a “record day” for visits to HealthCare.gov.
Monday was supposed to be the last day to enroll in coverage that starts on Jan. 1.
Last week's numbers bring the total number of enrollees to 134,622.