By Anna GormanGames, stories, tai chi and dancing help patients -- and caregivers -- cope with memory loss 5:02AM ET
By Phil GalewitzBut the number of enrollees, especially those between 18 and 34, continues to lag expectations. Mar 11
By Michelle AndrewsSome consumers who were stymied by website foul-ups may be able to receive retroactive subsidies or choose different plans.Read: More From "Insuring Your Health" Mar 11
By Daniela HernandezProponents say new gadgetry could transform medical diagnosis and treatment, but critics worry about commercial uses and possible breaches of privacy. Mar 10
By Robert Calandra, The Philadelphia InquirerDrivers are targeted because few have health coverage. Mar 10
Health on the Hill: CMS officials are proposing to remove some drugs from Medicare’s prescription drug plans and to limit how many plans insurers can offer. KHN’s Mary Agnes Carey and CQ Roll Call’s Emily Ethridge discuss. Mar 07
By Michelle AndrewsPeople can pick an exchange plan if their individual health insurance policies expire after open enrollment ends. Still, it may be smart to start shopping now.Read: More From "Insuring Your Health" Mar 07
By Jay HancockA number of insurance companies have agreed to give an actuarial firm early information about enrollment and member health in the plans sold on the online marketplaces. Mar 07
By Mary Agnes CareyThe law contains a number of provisions that are changing the rules of health care for consumers. Jan 03
Skipping Health Insurance Could Cost A Lot More Than $95
Consumers must get coverage by the end of this month to avoid penalties that could total thousands of dollars. 7:40 AM
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Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including stories about the Obama administration's latest Obamacare sign up tallies and the outcome of a Florida special election that was marked by health law themes. 7:37 AM
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Obamacare launched a huge expansion of Medicaid that will help millions of people – and the for-profit insurers that will manage most of their care. Caution flags abound, as this series of stories shows.
Michelle Andrews helps you navigate the new insurance marketplaces.
The law contains a number of provisions that are changing the rules of health care for consumers.
These pointers will help you make sense of contradictory headlines about how much insurance could cost you when the Affordable Care Act marketplaces open for enrollment in October.
Michelle Andrews writes about how changes in health care and health insurance might affect you.
Read the full text of the 2010 federal health reform law.
Kaiser Health News' Mary Agnes Carey and other experts discuss recent and upcoming activities on Capitol Hill and elsewhere in official Washington -- part of a weekly series of video reports.
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