Uninsured

    • New Law Offers Hope For Homeless Health Care

      Many homeless people are uninsured and ineligible for Medicaid. But that will change beginning in 2014, when Medicaid greatly expands under the new health law.

      (Daily Report) Aug 20, 2010

    • Plans For Uninsured Off To Slow Start

      The new "high-risk pools" -- the federally-subsidized program for uninsured people with health problems -- are one of the first benefits of the health overhaul law passed this year, but not many people have applied and been enrolled in the plans springing up around the country.

      (Daily Report) Aug 20, 2010

    • First Edition: August 20, 2010

      Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations.

      (Daily Report) Aug 20, 2010

    • Baltimore Homeless Program Expects Boost From Medicaid Expansion

      Many homeless people are uninsured and ineligible for Medicaid. But that will change beginning in 2014, when Medicaid greatly expands under the new health law.

      (Video) Aug 20, 2010

    • New Law Offers Hope For Homeless Health Care

      Many homeless people are uninsured and ineligible for Medicaid. But that will change beginning in 2014, when Medicaid greatly expands under the new health law.

      (Story) Aug 20, 2010

    • New Plans For Uninsured Off To Slow Start

      The new "high-risk pools" - the federally-subsidized program for uninsured people with health problems - are one of the first benefits of the health overhaul law passed this year, but not many people have applied and been enrolled in the plans springing up around the country.

      (Story) Aug 19, 2010

    • Laid-Off Workers Lament Conclusion Of COBRA Subsidy

      Recently laid-off people, as well as those who received a subsidy for 15 months to help them afford to keep their former employer's health insurance, are lamenting the end of the program.

      (Daily Report) Aug 18, 2010

    • Recession Led To Cuts In Health System Use

      The New York Times reports that the recession has caused people in the United States to cut their use of the health care system "much deeper than in countries with universal health care systems," a new report says.

      (Daily Report) Aug 17, 2010

    • FTC Works To Crack Down On Health Care 'Discount' Plans

      The Federal Trade Commission is working with 24 states to stop sellers of medical discount plans that market it as health insurance.

      (Daily Report) Aug 12, 2010

    • A Day In The Life Of a 'Mega' Free Clinic

      With 57,200 uninsured people in Washington, D.C., Communities Are Responding Everyday (C.A.R.E.) convened a free clinic in the city’s convention center on Aug. 4.

      (Daily Report) Aug 11, 2010