Affordable Care Act
This is the final day of open enrollment for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act for this year. Federal health officials expect a busy day on the insurance marketplace website.
The deadline is Sunday night, and health officials, advocates, and insurers are all urging the uninsured not to wait until Sunday to sign up.
Among the Republican US congressmen on stage in support of the repeal of the 2.3-percent tax on medical devices was Rep. Patrick Meehan (R-Pa.).
This is the final week of open enrollment in health insurance through the Affordable Care Act for this year –and insurers and advocates are making a big push to get the uninsured to sign up.
A Philadelphia woman’s letter to the President landed her an invitation to the White House last Tuesday and she told him that the Affordable Care Act had changed her life.
One month into the new year, it appears that a new provision of the Affordable Care Act, known as the employer mandate, is not creating the ripples that were predicted.
Rich discussed the Pope saying free speech has limits, another cake baking lawsuit, and the OSCAR nominations. He also talked to Dr. Mazz about the trends against vaccines and healthcare costs under the Affordable Care Act.
Tax preparers across the country are warning customers of big changes that could affect tax returns this year and whether you owe or will get money back. 3 On Your Side’s Jim Donovan explains that is has to do with the introduction of the Affordable Care Act last year.
Today is the deadline for getting coverage that begins in February.
A full year in the making, “Healthy PA” is unlikely to survive far beyond its first month. Governor-elect Tom Wolf has said he intends to replace it with a straight Medicaid expansion.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan takes a look at the numbers in our region.
You can still be covered by the Affordable Care Act, your coverage just won’t start on the first of the year.
There’s still time to sign up for health insurance that will begin January 1 — but not much.
By Jim Donovan: It’s that time of year again when Americans have to sit down and choose a health insurance plan and a new survey by Bankrate.com shows that many would rather do something else. […]
Uninsured Pennsylvanians whose annual income is less than 138 percent of the federal poverty limit can apply for health coverage through the state’s new “Healthy PA” program.