Affordable Care Act
Congress passes Tim Scott amendment to health care lawCongress passes Tim Scott amendment to health care lawThe bipartisan bill will shield some businesses from higher premiums.
Why 4 major Arizona insurance carriers are dropping PPO plans in favor of HMO plansWhy 4 major Arizona insurance carriers are dropping PPO plans in favor of HMO plansFour major health insurance companies will discontinue PPO plans next year on the federal marketplace in Arizona.
Medicare can help you stay healthyMedicare can help you stay healthyMedicare: The best way to stay healthy is to live a healthy lifestyle
Supreme Court's top cases under John RobertsSupreme Court's top cases under John RobertsSince his confirmation on Sept. 29, 2005, Chief Justice John Roberts has led a fractious Supreme Court
Phony "Obamacare" policies draw $52,500 settlementPhony "Obamacare" policies draw $52,500 settlementThree Florida men were accused of falsely telling Iowans the limited policies met Affordable Care Act rules.
- OVERSIGHT & GOVERNANCE
TIGTA: IRS uses inaccurate process to charge insurance companiesTIGTA: IRS uses inaccurate process to charge insurance companiesThe weaknesses noted by the IG pertain to the Affordable Care Act.
In meeting with nuns, Pope Francis makes quiet protest of ObamacareIn meeting with nuns, Pope Francis makes quiet protest of ObamacareThe Little Sisters of the Poor are suing over the contraception mandate.
Fact check: Did stimulus money go to unions?Fact check: Did stimulus money go to unions?Is it accurate to say the $800 billion stimulus went directly to public unions?
Medicare "accountable care" reforms bring mixed resultsMedicare "accountable care" reforms bring mixed resultsA Medicare experiment that encourages doctors and hospitals to improve care and save money has mixed results in Arizona
Health costs: Rise drops for employers, not workersHealth costs: Rise drops for employers, not workersHealth insurance premiums for employers rose a modest 4 percent this year, but workers who are paying more out of their own pocket likely aren't feeling the relief, a report released Tuesday found.
Our View: Is Obamacare working? Well, sort ofOur View: Is Obamacare working? Well, sort ofOur View: The poor are getting health insurance. But what about everyone else? Census figures don't tell us.
Gilbert Hospital hits family with $13,000 billGilbert Hospital hits family with $13,000 billReporter Ken Alltucker and Columnist Ed Montini discuss how a family got hit with a huge bill by Gilbert Hospital after asking multiple times if their insurance would cover them.
Chief Justice John Roberts' Supreme Court at 10, defying labelsChief Justice John Roberts' Supreme Court at 10, defying labelsOnce viewed as reliably conservative, the high court surprises former allies and critics.
Letter: We didn’t need Obamacare to insure more peopleLetter: We didn’t need Obamacare to insure more peopleLetter: Expanding Medicaid would have done the same thing, without all the bureaucracy.
- El Paso
El Paso health insurance coverage up by 8.7%El Paso health insurance coverage up by 8.7%Census data shows that 8.7 percent more El Pasoans are covered by health insurance
- Letters to the Editor
Why do small employers avoid health exchange?Why do small employers avoid health exchange?Participating in the health exchanges to purchase health insurance might be beneficial for both the employee and employer
Report: Ky. sees biggest drop in uninsuredReport: Ky. sees biggest drop in uninsuredKentucky saw the largest drop in the percentage of residents who do not have health insurance than any other state between 2013 and 2014, according to a report released Wednesday by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Obamacare: More in NJ get health insuranceObamacare: More in NJ get health insuranceThe number of New Jerseyans without health insurance fell by 17 percent last year, U.S. Census figures released on Wednesday showed, as more consumers facing steeper penalties signed up for coverage.
- Op Ed
My Turn: 15 million reasons not to kill ObamacareMy Turn: 15 million reasons not to kill ObamacareMy Turn: If GOP candidates repeal Obamacare, they could hurt the chronically ill. And that has consequences for us all.
Arizona's uninsured rate drops with Affordable Care ActArizona's uninsured rate drops with Affordable Care ActNew federal statistics show Arizona was among the states with the largest drops in the uninsured rate last year.
Horizon, hospitals turn payment model upside downHorizon, hospitals turn payment model upside downHorizon Blue Cross Blue Shield will announce a partnership that will lead to less expensive and higher quality care.
BYU student insurance doesn't meet contraception, cost rulesBYU student insurance doesn't meet contraception, cost rulesIt's unknown how many students at Brigham Young University could face fines.
New care organizations save $17 million, Wellmark saysNew care organizations save $17 million, Wellmark saysAccountable Care Organizations are rewarded for keeping patients well instead of just treating them after they're sick.
The healthiest city in every stateThe healthiest city in every stateThe long debate over the Affordable Care Act has, if nothing else, put the spotlight on the poor state of the country's health and health care system. The United States ranks behind most developed nations.
The healthiest city in every stateThe healthiest city in every stateEach city was ranked based on overall health outcomes, including length and quality of life.
Nevada Health Co-Op closing at end of yearNevada Health Co-Op closing at end of yearThe Nevada Health Co-Op that was created as part of the Affordable Care Act will soon shut down.
Your guide to shopping for health insuranceYour guide to shopping for health insuranceMake shopping for health insurance a less overwhelming task.