Marissa Evans is a web reporter fellow for Kaiser Health News and an alumna of Marquette University originally from San Diego. Before joining KHN, she had interned with The Seattle Times, The Washington Post, The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, The Star Tribune and U-T San Diego. In January 2013 she launched InHue, an online health magazine for minority women to empower them to live healthy lives. Her reporting interests include women’s health, racial health disparities, MedicAid and global health policy.
It may not be as fun as planning that backpacking trip around Europe, but buying health insurance will soon be its own rite of passage. Here’s what you need to know.
The health law provides for subsidized coverage for basic and preventive services for kids, and some states are requiring that they be included in every policy.
The federal health insurance marketplace continued to frustrate consumers Wednesday with delays and software failures, but some people also reported progress.