Uninsured

    • What Obamacare? Meet 4 People Choosing To Remain Uninsured

      Despite a surge in enrollment in the two weeks before the April 15 deadline to enroll for insurance under the health law, many more Californians have not signed up.

      (Daily Report) Apr 25

    • What Obamacare? Meet 4 People Choosing To Remain Uninsured

      Despite a surge in enrollment in the two weeks before the April 15 deadline to enroll for insurance under the health law, many more Californians have not signed up.

      (Story) Apr 25

    • Va. Lawmakers Back At Work, But Not Dealing With Medicaid Impasse

      Republicans in the General Assembly are opposed to expanding the program for low-income residents, but that could threaten the passage of a state budget. Meanwhile, news outlets look at the issue in North Carolina, Missouri and Arizona.

      (Daily Report) Apr 23

    • Health-Care David And Goliath Partner To Open After-Hours Clinic

      In Seattle, an unlikely collaboration provides weekend and after-hours care for patients who in the past had turned to hospital emergency rooms for non-emergency treatments.

      (Daily Report) Apr 23

    • Health-Care David And Goliath Partner To Open After-Hours Clinic

      In Seattle, an unlikely collaboration provides weekend and after-hours care for patients who in the past had turned to hospital emergency rooms for non-emergency treatments.

      (Story) Apr 22

    • Trials And Tribulations Of Expanded Health Coverage

      News outlets report how, as the overhaul "chips away" at the nation's number of people without insurance, the law's solutions to the problem often come with challenges of their own.

      (Daily Report) Apr 22

    • Teresa Martinez: Waiting For Medi-Cal

      Teresa Martinez, 62, from East Los Angeles makes $10,000 a year working as a hairdresser in a Koreatown salon. With her modest income she is likely to be eligible for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act’s Medi-Cal expansion.

      (Video) Apr 21

    • Waiting For Medicaid To Kick In

      About 800,000 people in California are presumed to be eligible for the newly expanded program but lack final approval. For a Los Angeles hairdresser and others like her, that means medical appointments are on hold.

      (Story) Apr 21

    • Fully Paid Up But Still No Coverage

      A 39-year-old Philadelphia day care teacher, made three monthly premium payments at more than three times the subsidized rate just to make sure she was covered. And her insurance has still been canceled three times – for nonpayment.

      (Daily Report) Apr 18

    • Fully paid up but still no coverage

      A 39-year-old Philadelphia day care teacher, made three monthly premium payments at more than three times the subsidized rate just to make sure she was covered. And her insurance has still been canceled three times – for nonpayment.

      (Story) Apr 17