The Affordable Care Act led to widespread coverage gains across income, age, geography, and race; expanding Medicaid significantly strengthens gains
Whether you have great insurance, lousy insurance, or no insurance, your Texas politicians have put your hospital and your health care at risk.
That tens of millions of people still remain uninsured is the compelling argument for a single-payer system, where everyone, without exception, is covered
New analysis finds Medicaid expansion brings down Marketplace rates – another benefit on top of gains for low-income individuals and state economies
An estimated 73 percent of HealthCare.gov consumers could still purchase a plan for less than $75 per month, even with double digits hikes.
A released Obama administration report indicated the Obamacare individual health insurance market doing fine as they added healthier people.
Inequality in the use of health care has increased dramatically in recent years, with wealthier Americans, who tend to be healthier, now consuming the most care.
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Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act leads to better care and improves financial well-being for new enrollees
Obesity and Type 2 diabetes are a deadly pair, and numerous studies show stomach-shrinking operations can dramatically improve diabetes.