It was likely an anniversary that critics of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act weren’t celebrating.
This preview from our July 3 print edition takes a look at some industry anticipation of the Oct. 1 launch of health insurance exchanges.
A new alliance between the Iowa and Nebraska Credit Union Leagues and CoOportunity Health, a multistate co-op, is poised to offer another health insurance choice that features lower expenses and more benefits.
Researchers claim 30 million Americans will still be uninsured come 2016.
This Opinion piece looks at the market and service opportunity the Affordable Care Act presents to credit unions.
Leagues partner to offer credit unions option for offering health insurance to members when Obamacare kicks in.
That’s the latest word from roughly 1,000 employers surveyed by the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans.
Consumers Mutual Insurance to follow credit union model as firm gears up with help of Obamacare federal loan.
Depending on who’s offering an opinion, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as Obamacare by critics, is poised to either dismantle insurance coverage as we know it or will finally offer services to those who just don’t earn enough to pay for medical services.
GOP-powered panel says enough to build Mount Rushmore more than 1,500 times.