Arkansas and Kentucky lead the nation with the sharpest reductions in the percentage of residents without health insurance. Gallup credits Obamacare.
Almost 90% of uninsured Americans won't pay a penalty under the Affordable Care Act in 2016.
The costs of workers' compensation coverage and general business liability insurance also could drop, according to a RAND Corporation analysis of the Affordable Care Act.
Six million people have signed up for individual health insurance so far. But a new survey finds that half the uninsured don't intend to purchase a plan.
The deadline for purchasing individual health insurance is quickly approaching, although some will get some extra time to complete their application.
Do your homework and take note of the limited number of health care providers and networks offered through the exchanges.
A new poll shows only 1 in 4 uninsured know that March 31 is the deadline to sign up for individual health insurance.
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