Most people who need such services aren't getting them. Here's how Obamacare tackles the issue.
Because of Obamacare, many employers are bracing for an influx of participants in their plans who had opted out earlier.
The troubled federal website brought up to 50,000 enrollees in private plans in October, far below the White House's initial expectations.
If the 0.9 percent Medicare surtax will hit you next tax season, you might lessen its impact if you act now.
After weeks of trying to sign up, I finally get through, only to be told it will take three weeks to process my application.
Lawmakers are stepping up pressure on behalf of consumers whose coverage is being canceled as insurance companies address Obamacare's implementation.
Employers' health care costs have been rising for years. But when open enrollment for 2014 starts up, they'll be blaming the ACA.
The Affordable Care Act's bumpy October has revealed some things about the law that we didn't know -- or had forgotten. Here's a look at the lay of land.
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