Affordable Care Act
The Affordable Care Act requires that all health insurance policies cover 10 essential benefits, including emergency treatment.
If your health insurance is provided by your employer, you will lose coverage if you are laid off or fired. But there are options to stay covered.
The Affordable Care Act helps business owners acquire and pay for health insurance for their employees. Find out if your business qualifies.
Some insurance companies allow policies to be extended to unmarried partners.
A main goal of Obamacare is to switch the nation’s healthcare system from one that focuses on treating illness to one that works to prevent illness and promote health and longevity.
Finding a new primary care physician takes time, patience and research. Start by considering your personal needs.
Different insurance companies have different formats for their insurance cards, but all cards contain the same basic information.
Your insurance company and state government maintain directories of doctors. These can be great starting places for learning where to get care.
Government figures released Monday show that more than 81,000 Pennsylvanians have enrolled under the federal health care law, a sharp increase from the 11,800 who were signed up at the end of November.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonya Sotomayor has temporarily blocked a controversial part of Obamacare that affects the availability of contraceptives to women who work for Catholic-affiliated institutions.
Only 12,000 residents of Pennsylvania have successfully enrolled so far. Pennsylvania has more than 1.4 million uninsured residents.
Catholic groups in western Pennsylvania received another favorable legal ruling in their fight over mandates in the federal health care overhaul law.
Monday is the deadline for Americans to buy a health insurance plan under the affordable healthcare act, if they want coverage come January first.
Less than a year from now, voters head to the polls for the 2014 midterm elections.
Critics are taking aim at Gov. Tom Corbett’s plan to bring billions of federal health care dollars into Pennsylvania.