A recent Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index survey found that at the end of 2014 Georgia had the second-worst uninsured rate at 19.1 percent. Texas topped the list at 24.4 percent.
Uninsured Americans face an important deadline at the end of this month, and many don't realize it.
Halfway through the open-enrollment period of the Affordable Care Act, nearly 70 percent of uninsured Americans say they haven’t visited a Web site to sign up. Their biggest reason? They think ...
The healthcare.gov Web site still crashes but the deadline that was supposed to be just before midnight Monday is extended a day.
WASHINGTON - His health care plan facing a dicey transition, President Obama said Friday that insurance sign-ups are surging now that the government's Web site is working better for consumers.
WASHINGTON - Anticipating more health care disruptions, the Obama administration Thursday announced a batch of measures intended to help consumers avoid lapses in their care.
COLUMBIA - South Carolina's insurance agency says 144,000 people with previously canceled health insurance policies can renew their plans, following President Obama's reversal.
Charles Maddox was one of a small group who showed up for in-person help through a session hosted by navigator Terri Gant of Medical Associates Plus@Belle Terrace.
WASHINGTON - President Obama's health care law risks coming unglued because of his administration's bungles and his own inflated promises. To avoid that fate, Obama needs breakthroughs on three ...
Health insurers say federal funding cuts to privately run versions of Medicare will force them to whack plan benefits and increase premiums.
Obama, changing course, will allow sale of canceled health care plans for existing customers.
Workers who take advantage of special tax-free accounts to pay out-of-pocket medical expenses could soon be allowed to carry over up to $500 from one year to the next.
COLUMBIA - Nearly a month into the health care rollout, many South Carolinians with health insurance are learning they must buy a new policy.
Two weeks into enrollment for the health insurance exchange, the number of Georgians who have signed up for the new coverage remains a mystery.
NEW YORK - More small businesses than expected are signing up for health insurance on state exchanges that opened this month.
Ten days after the Web site went live to allow people to log in, find insurance plans and subsidy information and then enroll, a number of glitches appear to still prevent that from happening.
The enrollment period for the nation's new health insurance system started Oct. 1. Here are some shopping tips to consider if you make too much to land a helping hand from the overhaul with next ...
Georgia health centers push forward on implementing the Affordable Care Act.
The state insurance commissioner’s office reported that only four “navigators’’ had received licenses in Georgia by midafternoon Monday, just hours before the health reform law’s exchange was ...
Health care navigators with the University of Georgia say they're ready to roll this week, when uninsured people can begin signing up for health insurance coverage under the federal Affordable ...