Health Insurance

Town hall attendees were not afraid of the 2020 contender's plan to switch all Americans to a government-run insurance plan.
Just for starters, 20 million could lose coverage if a GOP lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act prevails.
This time, it's about rules for private insurance that the GOP wants to circumvent.
There's a good chance at least some of your medical debt will be forgiven.
Health care and the Affordable Care Act are revving up to be key deciding factors in the 2020 presidential election.
The new legislation would fully replace private health insurance and offer more benefits than other "Medicare for all" plans. But it has fewer co-sponsors than last year's bill.
The Affordable Care Act brought the share of Americans without health insurance to a historic low. Things have changed since Donald Trump became president.
LGBTQ patients have unique risk factors for cancer and oncologists admit they don’t know enough about them, a new national survey reveals.
Leaders in California, Washington state and New York City want to advance new coverage plans without Uncle Sam -- and in defiance of President Donald Trump.
The plan will serve the city's 600,000 uninsured people, including undocumented immigrants and low-income residents, de Blasio said.
Democrats have put the issue on the House's agenda, so now the real scrutiny begins.
From minimum wage hikes to stricter gun control measures and Me Too-inspired legislation, 2019 will usher in thousands of new laws in various states.
Sometimes infertility is a reflection of the health care system we put up with.
During a year when the Trump administration took many steps to undermine the health insurance exchanges, sign-ups still topped 8 million.
Without the health care law, the opioid crisis could have been worse, experts say.
Voters in Idaho, Nebraska and Utah recently approved plans to extend health insurance to 331,000.
A family's ongoing battle with UnitedHealth shows how insurance companies are failing children with psychiatric disorders.
He reassures Americans as he reminds people to sign up for the health care program before the deadline.