By Michelle AndrewsInsurers cap how much they will pay for certain routine procedures, such as knee replacements and lab tests, and if patients opt for an in-network facility that charges more, they must pick up the extra cost. Read: More From "Insuring Your Health" 6:03AM ET
By Julie RovnerThe agency has been heavily criticized for its response to a threat that requires team action by federal, state and local agencies. Oct 20
By Jordan Shapiro and Walter Moskop, St. Louis Post-Dispatch‘A lot of mistrust’ of the health law hampers enrollment in rural areas. Oct 20
By Ann Doss Helms, The Charlotte ObserverDivorced mother of two says her Obamacare plan helped save her life. Oct 20
By Jay HancockThe Obama administration may reverse course on an online spreadsheet that lets large employers comply with the health law by offering what consumer advocates call substandard insurance. Oct 16
By Michelle AndrewsPeople who suffered a drop in earnings and fall below the poverty line don't have to repay subsidies, but others who underestimated their income could be in for a surprise at tax time. Read: More From "Insuring Your Health" Oct 17
By Carrie Feibel, KUHFTexas abortion providers were surprised by the legal reprieve from the high court this week that allows them to reopen at least until December. But the legal battle has permanently changed the landscape for abortion clinics in the state. Oct 16
By Shefali LuthraIf people who face English language challenges don’t understand their coverage, maneuvering the health care system could prove unwieldy. Oct 16
By April Dembosky, KQEDOpponents wage costly campaign, eroding public support. Oct 14
By Jordan RauAlthough fewer patients are now returning to the hospital within a month, the fines reached a record level this year.
Read: Readmissions Penalties By State: Year 3 Oct 02
Poll: Uninsured Still Know Little About Health Law Almost nine of 10 uninsured Americans – the group most likely to benefit — don’t know that the law’s second open enrollment period begins Nov. 15. 8:48 A.M.
California Nurses’ Union Pulls Ebola Into Contract Talks Oct 20
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Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including reports about health law positions taken by Republican governors -- including Ohio Gov. John Kasich. 7:19 AM
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We're here to help you navigate your way around what the new health law will mean for you, your family and what health care -- and insurance -- will cost you.
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.
Michelle Andrews writes about how changes in health care and health insurance might affect you.
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.
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.
'Line In The Sand?' By John Darkow, Columbia Daily Tribune
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But new pitch by Republican candidates to make the pill available without a prescription could have unintended financial consequences for women. More Videos
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