Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
People who were enrolled in high-risk pools will have until June 30 to select a plan.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) said Monday that the Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) rule allowing...
The number represented sign-ups on the marketplaces so far.
Health insurance executives and state insurance regulators are coming to the White House.
Top House conservatives are pressuring GOP to bring O-Care replacement bill to a vote.
Insurance coverage provisions will cost $104 billion less than estimated over 10 years.
Reid said he hopes the GOP will "work with us" to replace Sebelius quickly.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius will resign from President Obama’s Cabinet on...
Sebelius made the comment before the Senate Finance Committee.
Report showed early enrollees prescribed more specialty medications than average patient.
The Rand Corp. analysis found that the uninsured rate has dropped from 20.5 to 15.8 percent.
The cuts would have reduced benefits that seniors receive from healthcare plans in the program.
Officials are poised to drop their enrollment portal and join the federal government's.
Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) called President Obama’s announcement that 8 million people have enrolled...
State insurance officials said they heard the figure from Obama during Thursday's meeting.
Opinions of Sebelius's job performance broke along party lines.
It'll be hard to measure the law's impact because of reported changes to questions.
More than 50 percent of voters still disapprove of the law, according to two new polls.
In my recent column, I condemned the Supreme Court conservative majority for rulings that allow the...
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on Thursday told lawmakers that enrollments...
Doctors who have been charged with Medicare fraud over the last 16 months were paid $17 million of...
Approximately 9.3 million people have gained health insurance since ObamaCare went live in October...
The cuts would have reduced benefits seniors receive from insurance plans.
The clarification came after the Drudge Report headline: “Republicans Expand ObamaCare?”