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  • Headaches for some taxpayers under the Affordable Care Act

    Headaches for some taxpayers under the Affordable Care Act
    Vadim Jigoulov and his wife were hoping for a small tax refund after the birth of their second child. Instead they owe the federal government more than $2,000 related to subsidies they received to help them buy health insurance under Obamacare. The...
  • Legislators Ask Insurance Chief Nominee About Cigna Ties

    Legislators Ask Insurance Chief Nominee About Cigna Ties
    HARTFORD — Legislators on Thursday asked the governor's choice for insurance commissioner, Katharine L. Wade, about her connections to Cigna Corp., where she once worked and where her husband now works. The questions came up during her hearing...
  • Problems With Access Health CT Forms Keep Some Customers From Filing Taxes

    Problems With Access Health CT Forms Keep Some Customers From Filing Taxes
    HARTFORD — Access Health CT has received thousands of complaints from its customers regarding a health-insurance form they need to file taxes, and various problems that have delayed them from filing. The filing deadline is Wednesday. Anyone who...
  • Big impact on women if Supreme Court rules against health care tax credits

    Big impact on women if Supreme Court rules against health care tax credits
    Seven months after being diagnosed with breast cancer and later undergoing a double mastectomy, LaDonna Appelbaum of St. Louis recently finished her 16th and final chemotherapy treatment. Without the $600 monthly tax credit that pays the bulk of her...
  • Four largest states have sharp disparities in access to healthcare

    Four largest states have sharp disparities in access to healthcare
    The national divide over the Affordable Care Act is beginning to affect Americans' access to medical care and perhaps even their ability to pay medical bills, a new study of the country's four largest states suggests. Residents of Florida and Texas,...
  • Carl Leubsdorf: Rhetoric unchanged on Obamacare

    Five years after enactment of the Affordable Care Act, the political debate between its supporters and its opponents continues to rage with remarkably little change. But the success of the law in extending insurance coverage to millions of Americans...
  • Aetna Aims For LGBT Community With Targeted Marketing Test

    Aetna is urging gay customers to "be proud" — and consider buying its coverage — as part of a new, narrow focus to selling health insurance in a business where the individual's buying decision matters more than it used to. The nation's third-...
  • Change in insurance plan may cost Porter County employees

    A vote on amending a portion of the health insurance plan for Porter County employees came after some discussion about the Board of Commissioners having more time to review information before they take a vote. Commissioners voted 3-0 to amend the plan so...
  • Equal coverage for mental and medical health remains an issue, studies show

    Equal coverage for mental and medical health remains an issue, studies show
    After overdosing 19 times, William Head Williams was finally ready to enter a detoxification program for his heroin addiction. But he was turned away from a New York hospital after his insurer deemed his admission not medically necessary, said his...
  • Bill would toughen oversight of planned hospital mergers

    Attorney General Maura Healey is pushing legislation designed to give her office stronger oversight of hospital mergers. The bill would toughen the authority of the Health Policy Commission when considering mergers of health care providers. The bill...
  • Scott should heed own words on health care: Editorial

    Scott should heed own words on health care: Editorial
    This week Gov. Rick Scott all but crushed the hopes of 800,000 Floridians to get private health insurance by apparently ruling out his support for a bipartisan Senate plan to expand coverage using federal tax dollars. Scott hasn't been moved to back the...