Of the 984,000 Floridians who signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, nearly half were from South Florida.
With almost a year under its belt, has the Affordable Care Act impact as many people as it originally set out to?
Nearly 100,000 thousand people in Florida who signed up for insurance through the Affordable Health Care marketplace could lose their coverage next month unless they can prove they are U.S. citizens.
If you bought health insurance with a Florida company through the federal marketplace, you may see rate increase next year.
Major insurer Florida Blue could raise rates in 2015 for people who enrolled through the federal health-care exchange after seeing a large number of older and sicker enrollees.
Get Covered America met with 200 small businesses across the state over the weekend to talk with the about getting their employees signed up for health coverage.
Florida’s Medicaid rolls are expanding under the Affordable Care Act. While the state’s Republican lawmakers remain staunchly opposed to expanding Medicaid, an additional 245,000 Floridians signed up for it on top of the previous average monthly enrollments.
The deadline to sign up for health insurance to meet the requirements of the Affordable Care Act have come and gone.
Visitors packed the Mall of the Americas Monday night to shop for health insurance.
Time is running out for people who need to sign up for insurance to meet the Affordable Care Act deadline. Those still considering their options have until midnight on Monday.