Affordable Care Act
Those wanting to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act should do so before or on Sunday.
After its very rocky roll out, Obamacare is taking off. And nowhere is enrollment higher than here in Florida. One-point-one million Floridians have signed up this year. But now, as CBS4’s Rick Folbaum explained, the U.S. Supreme Court is deciding a case that could all but strip Florida residents of the healthcare safety net they’ve only just been able to afford.
February 15th is the deadline for open enrollment under the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. The Healthcare Nation Awareness Foundation, or HNAF, is a local nonprofit whose mission is to increase enrollment by education and empowerment. We focus on how the organization is reaching out and how you can take advantage of the services it offers.
Florida’s House speaker indicated he does not have plans to expand Medicaid coverage to an additional hundreds of thousands of residents during the next legislative session.
Florida lawmakers will have to decide what to do with a possible annual loss of $1.3 billion in federal funds that help compensate hospitals and providers who treat uninsured and Medicaid patients.
Time is running out to sign up for health insurance and have that coverage take effect starting January 1st. Monday, December 15th, is the final day to sign up to meet the deadline.
A shortage of primary care doctors has emerged as thousands of people gained insurance through the Affordable Care Act, according to a new survey.
While many counties in Florida saw increases in the average monthly premiums for mid-range health insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act, Miami-Dade County saw a decrease in premiums.
U.S Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell will be in Miami Monday where she’ll take part in an Affordable Care Act Stakeholder panel discussion at Florida International University’s College of Law.
Open Enrollment for Affordable Care Act insurance plans will run through February 15th.