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  • Middle class suffers under Obamacare

    Middle class suffers under Obamacare
    You ran a very revealing Your View by Stephen Parente, who warns us that health care coverage is going to skyrocket. In my case, the fuse was lit when Obamacare took effect, when I immediately lost the coverage our president so earnestly assured me...
  • Monday is last day to sign up for Obamacare, Healthy PA

    Monday is last day to sign up for Obamacare, Healthy PA
    Monday is the last day to sign up for insurance under both the Affordable Care Act and the state's Healthy PA program for coverage that starts Jan. 1. The second open enrollment period under the federal health care law, often called Obamacare, started...
  • Where employers use quality control to shape healthcare

    Where employers use quality control to shape healthcare
    Forty miles north of Seattle, in the largest building in the world, Boeing assembles its biggest commercial airliners. Thousands of workers on a 98-acre factory floor piece together hulking wings and fuselage pieces, miles of electrical wiring and...
  • Feds report 'strong start' to ACA health insurance enrollment; no fixed numbers

    Feds report 'strong start' to ACA health insurance enrollment;  no fixed numbers
    Almost 2.5 million have signed up for 2015 health insurance coverage through www.healthcare.gov in the first month of open enrollment, according to government officials. They emphasized that the enrollment period extends through Feb. 15, both for new...
  • Facing deadline, health exchange enrolls more than 100,000

    Facing deadline, health exchange enrolls more than 100,000
    A day before the deadline to sign up on the Maryland exchange for health insurance that would start Jan. 1, thousands of residents risk losing their subsidies temporarily because they have not re-enrolled. Yet a month into this year's enrollment period,...
  • Cut costs by getting your health plan to cover more of your care

    We don't have to tell you that the cost of health insurance has been steadily rising. The average U.S. worker with employer-provided coverage now pays $9,695 per year in premiums and other out-of-pocket costs for a family of four, according to the...
  • City workers sue over Emanuel-backed pension changes

    City workers sue over Emanuel-backed pension changes
    Retired Chicago Public Library worker Mary Jones planned to have knee-replacement surgery next year, but says she now fears that Mayor Rahm Emanuel's changes to her pension plan and health insurance subsidies will put that off indefinitely and possibly...
  • Cover vision therapy

    Developmental visual disorders -- problems with eye tracking, convergence and visual sequencing --create obstacles and challenges for children learning to read, as well as learning other life skills. When two of my children were diagnosed with visual...
  • Health care enrollees face new changes, frustration

    Health care enrollees face new changes, frustration
    Linda Maldonado and Jacquise Staten had mixed results with signing up for and re-enrolling in the Health Insurance Marketplace, part of the Affordable Care Act. But, they are part of the market area groups look for as they try to enroll as many people as...
  • Obamacare: Beyond the website

    Obamacare: Beyond the website
    While it's too early to declare the new Maryland health insurance exchange website a complete success, its largely smooth launch this week offers the prospect that this open enrollment period will be focused less on the technology and more on ensuring...
  • With 'Luck,' Illinois hopes to lure young adults to buy insurance

    With 'Luck,' Illinois hopes to lure young adults to buy insurance
    A new ad campaign from Illinois is making fun of a no-insurance mindset to try to get young adults to sign up for health insurance, using the tag line, "You'll be okay, probably." The ads, which show young people cavorting around Chicago in cardboard...