Capsules: Latinos Key To Obama’s Health Law Strategy; Study: Consumers Saved $2.1B On Individual Coverage

Now on Kaiser Health News' blog, Jenny Gold reports on the Obama administration's outreach strategy for Latinos: "President Barack Obama, who was re-elected with strong support from the Latino community, is in California today to endorse a plan that focuses on getting Latino Americans signed up for coverage under his health care law" (Gold, 6/7).

Also on Capsules, Julie Appleby reports on a new study about the costs of individual coverage: "People who bought their own health insurance last year saved $2.1 billion because of the federal health law, mainly because of a provision that limits how much of their premium can go to insurers' administration and profits, says a report out today from the Kaiser Family Foundation" (6/7). Check out what else is on the blog.

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