Affordable Care Act
A new poll shows Pennsylvania voters are divided over the problem-plagued Affordable Care Act, although more favor keeping it.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has the latest developments.
An indefinite delay of the Spanish language version of the Affordable Care Act website threatens the viability of the program as a whole, according to area experts.
Open Enrollment is underway for two popular Medicare supplements. People over 65 can sign up for extra health and prescription drug coverage.
Governor Corbett’s conditions for expanding Medicaid were the target of an unusual protest at Sunday’s Eagles game.
Chris reviews President Obama’s interview with local News Anchor Rick Williams, the NFL’s announcement they will meet with a Native American group over the name of the Washington Redskins, and the President’s appointment of Janet Yellen for the next Chair of the Federal Reserve. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday and CBS 3′s Beasley Reece.
She and a dozen other volunteers canvassed the small businesses on South Street where employees are likely to be part-time and without benefits.
Chris discusses last night’s debate between Senate Candidates in New Jersey, the latest on the government shutdown, and the Pittsburgh Steelers decision to help promote Obamacare. He talks New Jersey Senate Candidate Steve Lonegan and author Terry Lenzner.
The research team found that despite clear evidence that one radiation treatment is as effective as multiple doses, most doctors use multiple doses.
Health: Local Hospital Takes New Approach To Patient Care, Gearing Up For Influx Of Patients Due To The Affordable Care Act
3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on a new approach one local hospital is taking to help everyone get better access to healthcare.
So how does the Affordable Care Act make health insurance more affordable for those people who are currently uninsured? Well it depends on who you are, and where you buy that insurance.
Their message was against the ongoing shutdown of much of the federal government and in favor of the onset of the latest phase of Obamacare.
Under the Affordable Care Act, starting in 2014 most people must have health insurance coverage.
The National Center for Health Statistics keeps records on those who are insured and uninsured and, as the country starts to rework its approach to health care, it is interesting to look at the numbers.
Even the advocates hired to help customers through the process were surprised at the initial response.