More than 1 million visitors gave the Obamacare website another chance yesterday as the government continued to work on software repairs, including a fix to the system that sends customer data to insurers.
President Barack Obama plans to highlight the 2010 health-care law’s benefits at a White House event today that kicks off a three-week campaign to regain support for a program marred by a troubled implementation.
President Barack Obama is seeking to give consumers more time and options to enroll in Affordable Care Act health plans, delaying an application deadline and allowing insurers in three states to sign up customers directly.
States and insurers are already working to bail out President Barack Obama’s health-care overhaul, anticipating the system’s online insurance exchanges may not be ready by a critical December deadline.
President Barack Obama, who vowed to do “everything we can” to help Americans whose health insurance has been canceled, may have little authority to do so without going to Congress for changes in the law.
President Barack Obama, under pressure from Democratic lawmakers to stem insurance policy cancellations for hundreds of thousands American, will make a statement on potential changes in his health-care law.
The heads of WellPoint Inc., Aetna Inc. and at least 10 other insurers met with the Obama administration to discuss correcting flaws in how data from the U.S. health-care marketplaces is transferred to the companies.
WellPoint Inc. , Aetna Inc. , Humana Inc. and UnitedHealth Group Inc. denied health coverage to 49 percent more people over the past two years, citing pregnancy or plans for adoption among their reasons, a U.S. report found.
UnitedHealth Group Inc., WellPoint Inc. and other health insurers may have to forfeit to consumers $1.2 billion to $1.3 billion in profits from last year because of changes to U.S. law that limit revenue from premiums.