If Obamacare Goes Away, Here Are Eight Ways Your Life Will be Affected

More than 20 million Americans will lose coverage if the Affordable Care Act is overturned — and that's just the beginning.

Access & Affordability

Without Ginsburg, Judicial Threats to the ACA, Reproductive Rights Heighten

The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg puts Obamacare, abortion rights and brith control at risk.

Your Care

Lost Your Job? Here's How to Find New Health Insurance

Shopping for health insurance at any time is a difficult task, but when you’ve just lost your job during a national crisis, it may feel overwhelming. Start by considering these three options.

Your Care

Hoping That Insurance Expansion Will Help Tamp Outbreak, 9 States Reopen Marketplaces

At least nine states are offering their uninsured residents another opportunity to sign up for a health plan this year as they seek new ways to fight the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Your Health

What Are 'Surprise Medical Bills'? Six Ways to Address Unexpected Health-Care Costs

If you think that having “good insurance” will protect you from surprise medical bills, think again.

Your Care

For Better Women’s Health, Expand the ACA, Not Medicare

If the goal is expanding access and improving affordability, then building on the ACA is a better strategy.

Your Care

Congress Aims to Strengthen Landmark Mental Health Insurance Law

Congress is working to strengthen legislation that requires health insurance companies to treat mental health benefits like physical health ones.

Self-Care & Mental Health

Surprise Medical Bills: A Bipartisanship Opportunity for Congress?

Most Americans say the government should take action to prevent surprise medical bills. Here is what Congress is doing to fight them.

Your Care

Here Are the Top 3 Women’s Health Care Issues of the 2020 Presidential Election, So Far

Nearly 20 candidates are running for the Democratic party nomination. Here’s what they’re saying about the opioid crisis, the affordable care act, medicare for all and prescription prices.

Self-Care & Mental Health

Texas Lawmakers Take Aim At Surprise Medical Bills

States are looking at laws to prevent patients from receiving very costly surprise medical bills from out-of-network providers sending patient bills under a practice called balance-billing.

Your Care

Buyers Of Short-Term Health Plans: Wise Or Shortsighted?

Short-term health insurance plans may offer people lower monthly premiums, but do not cover as many benefits, and can exclude pre-existing conditions, as well as limit the amount of coverage or not have a cap on the annual amount the person has to pay.

Pregnancy & Postpartum

Obamacare Premiums Dip For First Time. Some Call It A Correction.

After dramatic increases in recent years, premiums for ACA insurance for individuals is going to decrease in many states next year for a variety of reasons.

Your Care

Fact Check: Who's Right On Protections For Preexisting Conditions? It's Complicated

Proposals to remove the ACA’s protections against discrimination in health insurance based upon preexisting conditions are both controversial and unclear, but they are being discussed in Congress and in political campaigns.

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