By Sarah VarneyOne in five households in the United States have only a tenuous relationship with a traditional bank, and many of these people are also uninsured. It's still an open question how the unbanked will buy insurance on the exchanges. May 20
By Sarah VarneyWith billions in federal funding on the line, Texas counties along the border with Mexico continue to plead their case to Gov. Rick Perry. 6:25AM ET
By Michelle AndrewsUnder these plans, if a policyholder’s costs don’t exceed the deductible, that deductible is trimmed the following year.Read: More From "Insuring Your Health" 5:57AM ET
By Michelle AndrewsAn increasing number of consumers have these plans with lower premiums, but they must cover the first $1,000, $5,000 or even $10,000 of care before insurance kicks in. May 20
By Phil GalewitzStates will have the option to use data from food stamps, other programs, to enroll adults in Medicaid. May 18
The IRS is in the spotlight, and the agency plays a key role in the rollout of the health law. KHN’S Mary Agnes Carey talks to Joanna Kerpen about the job ahead for the agency. May 17
By Ankita RaoPhysicians are experimenting with new business models and practice techniques in response to financial and lifestyle pressures. May 15
By Julie ApplebyPromotions don’t disclose that many of the tests for heart disease and stroke are not recommended for those without symptoms or risk factors. May 14
By Mary Agnes Carey and Jenny GoldThe law contains a number of provisions that are changing the rules of health care for consumers. Nov 08, 2012
GOP Fears About IRS’ Access To Medical Records Disputed
The IRS does play a key role in implementing the health law but will not have access to patient health records. MAY 20
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