Covered California is ramping up efforts to enroll consumers ahead of the deadline for coverage that starts Jan. 1, 2016, KPCC's "KPCC News" reports.
A million new customers have signed up for health insurance during the Affordable Care Act’s third open-enrollment season, Obama administration officials said on Wednesday, and call centers have been deluged with requests from others eager to enroll.
The penalty for failing to have health insurance is going up, perhaps even higher than you expected.
New numbers show Nevadans have been slow to jump into the state's health insurance exchange.
Federal officials said Monday that if uninsured people don’t obtain coverage within the health law’s official enrollment period, which ends Jan. 31, they won’t get an extension to avoid the law’s penalty for going without insurance this time around.
Gilead Sciences executives were acutely aware in 2013 that their plan to charge an exorbitantly high price for a powerful new hepatitis C drug would spark public outrage, but they pursued the profit-driven strategy anyway, according to a Senate Finance Committee investigation report released Tuesday.
Kaiser Permanente has agreed to acquire a major health insurer in Washington state, signaling a more aggressive expansion strategy for the big California-based managed-care operator at a time when its integrated model is increasingly fashionable.
Ending months of uncertainty, California Attorney General Kamala Harris late Thursday gave her conditional approval for the largest nonprofit hospital transaction in state history -- and the first to involve a hedge fund.
A new statewide poll found a noticeable split among Californians when it comes to offering government subsidized healthcare regardless of immigration status. The split is between Californians who vote and those who don’t. The poll from the nonpartisan Public Policy Institute of California finds 54% of adults surveyed support broadening the state’s Medi-Cal program to those ...