A reader says a hospital is threatening to turn her over to collections unless she begins paying off a $7,000 bill right now.
Don't toss that envelope. It might contain a fat rebate check from your health insurance company.
Want to retire early or ditch a lousy job to work on your own? Come 2014, you can do so with lots less worry, particularly if you have a less-than-perfect medical history.
The sweeping health care law, upheld by the Supreme Court, includes changes for next year.
Now that the Supreme Court has found the law Constitutional, both party's bases will likely be re-energized.
Here are likely consequences for 5 key groups from the Supreme Court's Affordable Care Act decision. The ruling will impact 2 of those groups more than the others.
As a result of the Supreme Court's decision, the individual mandate stands, and insurance companies will be required to sell coverage to everyone, regardless of medical history.
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