By Michelle AndrewsMichelle Andrews says a reader may have to repay some of the subsidy and describes how this would typically work.Read: More From "Insuring Your Health" 5:34AM ET
By Jenni BergalIn Kansas, families are worried about three for-profit insurers taking charge of providing all home- and community-based services for 8,500 developmentally disabled people beginning Jan. 1. Dec 05
By Guy GugliottaFormer inmates and detainees may comprise 35 percent of those qualifying for Medicaid coverage in the states expanding their programs. Rep. Fred Upton and other Republicans are concerned about the costs. Dec 04
By Robert Calandra, The Philadelphia InquirerMarried couples earning over $62,000 are not eligible for subsidies they might have gotten as two single individuals. Dec 04
By Anna GormanA growing subspecialty that manages pain and stress for the seriously ill saves money, increases patient satisfaction and lengthens lives. Dec 03
By Michelle AndrewsJennifer Mathis of the Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law talks with KHN’s consumer columnist.Read: More From "Insuring Your Health" Dec 03
By Jordan RauInsurance marketplace malfunctions have left some eager consumers in limbo as deadline to enroll nears. "I'm praying to God," one says. Dec 02
By Susan JaffeThe insurer has been notifying members about network changes as the deadline for choosing coverage for 2014 quickly approaches Dec 01
By Jordan RauOne out of six dollars Medicare spent in the fee-for-service program went to nursing and therapy for patients in rehabilitation facilities, nursing homes, long-term care hospitals and in their homes.Table: Medicare Spending By State And Category Dec 01
Canceled California Customers Coveting New Insurance Plans
Some Californians whose policies have been canceled are finding relief in a surprising place. DEC 05
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Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including news about how both the federal and state-based health insurance websites are doing. 7:32 AM
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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.
'Seen But Not Herd?' By Mike Smith, Las Vegas Sun
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