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.
As Oct. 1 nears, CNN/ORC International poll finds 54% of Americans oppose the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, while 43% support it.
It’s clear that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare, is the law of the land. But it’s not so clear yet how the new law will impact credit unions over the next two years when the bulk of the health reform laws go into effect.
Uncertainty reigns as Affordable Care Act begins two years of taking hold. This article is also in our Jan. 9 print edition.
Health care costs and the economy are the top factors affecting both employers' business decisions and their vote in the upcoming presidential election.
From asking employees to pay a greater portion of premiums to offering incentives for healthy lifestyles, some of the country’s largest employers are using a number of cost control measures to counter the expected rise in health care benefits in 2013.
Survey also shows preference for company-provided plans over exchanges.
Despite a White House veto threat, the House on Thursday approved amending a 28-year-old rule requiring flexible spending account users to forfeit unused balances