An overview of some of the key changes to health care services under the Affordable Care Act:
WASHINGTON — Getting covered through President Obama’s health care law might feel like a combination of doing your taxes and making a big purchase that requires research.
Open enrollment in the new Health Insurance Marketplace in Georgia begins Tuesday as the biggest and most significant piece of the Affordable Care Act.
With open enrollment beginning Tuesday in the state Health Insurance Marketplaces, there is still confusion about who is going to be affected.
A critical date is approaching for small business owners: Starting Oct. 1, they must make decisions about employee health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
The Obama administration is touting the competitiveness of the new insurance exchanges as an attractive feature of the Affordable Care Act.
Georgia residents who buy a mid-range health insurance plan through the online marketplace accessible next week will pay about $317 a month, with South Carolina residents paying about $339.
A family of four in Atlanta with an income of $50,000 per year can buy the cheapest “bronze” plan in the upcoming health insurance exchange for $138 per month.
Just two weeks remain until the opening of enrollment in the health insurance exchanges, a key component of the Affordable Care Act. Much misinformation and confusion has accompanied the ...
How does the upcoming rollout of Obamacare affect Georgia’s 770,000 military veterans?
At issue is the 30-hour per week rule that would make an employee count as full time under the Affordable Care Act and require a large employer to offer them insurance - what is commonly called ...
This week is National Health Center Week, and the fair was a joint effort between the federally-funded Christ Community Health Center and Medical Associates Plus at Belle Terrace to raise awareness.
Now that federal grants have been awarded to help educate and enroll those in Georgia interested in health plans offered through the Affordable Care Act, the hiring begins.
Nearly $4 million is coming to a nonprofit and the University of Georgia extension service to help educate people about insurance available under the Affordable Care Act and help them get on a ...
Places such as Medical Associates Plus at Belle Terrace are trying to reach out and educate those who might be helped under the Affordable Care Act.
Augusta residents young and old decided to do their part toward helping end AIDS by getting tested Thursday.
Atlanta restaurateur Steve Simon has run the numbers on health care reform. He needed the information to weigh his options.Simon is co-founder of Fifth Group Restaurants, which operates seven ...
While some help with enrollment under the Affordable Care Act will likely be coming soon to some Augusta providers that work with the uninsured, even advocates for the reform admit that the time ...
Important grants for federal health centers to help with health insurance enrollment through the Affordable Care Act will be revealed this month, along with ways to sign up, a ...
A new poll from five Southern states whose leaders oppose the health care reform law reveals racial and class divisions among its results.