Obamacare

Source: CMS Over 600,000 people signed up for a plan through Obamacare’s federal exchange in its first four days of open enrollment, significantly outpacing last year’s sign-ups, according to official figures released Thursday. The Centers on Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) said that 464,140 customers renewed their coverage while another 137,322 customers were new enrollees, […]

2018 Open Enrollment runs from November 1, 2017 through December 15, 2017 Plans sold during Open Enrollment start January 1, 2018.  After December 15, you can enroll in 2018 health insurance only if you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period. The Health Insurance Marketplace is for people who don’t have health coverage. If you don’t have health […]

A new healthcare reform plan would allow states to eliminate protections for individuals who have pre-existing health conditions.

TJMS

Though I’m only in my twenties, I’ve survived circumstances that would devastate most. At the tender age of nine, I was diagnosed with a rare heart condition. Less than two years later, I became the recipient of a heart and kidney transplant–all before my twelfth birthday. You would think that this medical saga would end […]

President Donald Trump issued an ultimatum to Congress Thursday to vote on repealing and replacing The Affordable Care Act ---known as Obamacare --- or he will move on to other issues on his agenda.

House Ways and Means Committee members OK'd the new bill after a grueling 18-hour session, with Republicans voting 23-16.

Twitter lights up with opposition to the Republicans' proposed replacement to Obamacare.

President Donald Trump doubled down on a few of his controversial policies and outlined his agenda for Americans during his first joint address to a bitterly divided Congress Tuesday night.

Senate Republicans confirmed Tom Price as HHS secretary. The future of health care and abortion rights threatened.

According to President Donald Trump, a replacement for the Affordable Care Act may not come until 2018.

Right now, the ACA is still the law of the land and is providing healthcare coverage for nearly 20 million individuals.

The U.S. Senate approved a budget resolution that would allow Republicans to swiftly reform the Affordable Care Act.