New KFF Study Shows A Change In The Perception of The ACA

New KFF Study Shows A Change In The Perception of The ACA

February 28, 2017 As the Trump Administration begins the rollout for changes to healthcare reform—namely a repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act—there appears to be changes in American opinions of the Read More
This Interactive Map Will Shed More Light On ACA Enrollment

This Interactive Map Will Shed More Light On ACA Enrollment

January 31, 2017 The Kaiser Family Foundation often conducts surveys providing valuable information, more specifically in recent years surrounding the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Now, the KFF has released some interactive maps to Read More
Are High-Deductible Plans The Way To Go?

Are High-Deductible Plans The Way To Go?

October 4, 2016 It should come as no surprise that as individuals obtain healthcare under the Affordable Care Act, the greatest concern is cost. From individual plans to employer-sponsored plans, individuals want the Read More
ACA Drops Nation’s Uninsured Rate To Record Low

ACA Drops Nation’s Uninsured Rate To Record Low

September 29, 2016 The number of uninsured Americans is now at record low thanks to the Affordable Care Act. In a study conducted by the National Health Interview Survey over the first three Read More
The ACA Brings Another Win To California

The ACA Brings Another Win To California

September 20, 2016 In the 4th Kaiser Family Foundation Longitudinal Panel Survey, some impressive findings surround the state of California. The survey polled a randomly selected pool of uninsured adult Californians and tracked Read More
Medicaid Expansion Proves Big Wins In Kentucky And Arkansas

Medicaid Expansion Proves Big Wins In Kentucky And Arkansas

September 12, 2016 Think Medicaid expansion doesn’t help those in need? Think again. In a study from the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) Internal Medicine released in August, states which have expanded Read More
Gallup Poll Suggest Health Care Insecurity Is Now At A Record Low, But For How Long?

Gallup Poll Suggest Health Care Insecurity Is Now At A Record Low, But For How Long?

August 11, 2016 In 2008, Gallup—in conjunction with Healthways—started following health care insecurity, keeping track of affordability. Notably, this year marks an all-time low for health care insecurity since tracking began. Gallup-Healthways’ Well-Being Index, a survey Read More
Assisters Prove Helpful In ACA Open Enrollment

Assisters Prove Helpful In ACA Open Enrollment

July 13, 2016 In a recent Kaiser Family Foundation survey, the results proved the Affordable Care Act’s 2016 open enrollment had a much-needed push from assisters and brokers. The open enrollment period lasted Read More
Americans on the ACA this Election Season

Americans on the ACA this Election Season

June 16, 2016   As November looms overhead with the 2016 Presidential election, new issues continue to arise—namely, the afterthought of the importance of health care for Americans. While Americans rank health care Read More
High Deductibles Don’t Promote Price Shopping

High Deductibles Don’t Promote Price Shopping

May 8, 2016 Will consumers make more cost-effective choices of health services and doctors if they are spending their own money? Common sense suggests they would, but researchers have found that consumers don’t Read More
Poll Shows the ACA Still Divided Among Americans

Poll Shows the ACA Still Divided Among Americans

March 10, 2016 In a seven state health care poll conducted by NPR and its associates, the results provided a multi-tiered outlook on the effects of the ACA passing is still relatively new Read More
Over 103,000 Selected Plans in Week 12

Over 103,000 Selected Plans in Week 12

January 28, 2016 More than 103,000 consumers selected Affordable Care Act health insurance plans through the Healthcare.gov online marketplace during the 12th week of open enrollment, according to the “weekly snapshot report” issued Read More
Voters Say The ACA Is Not a Key Issue

Voters Say The ACA Is Not a Key Issue

January 28, 2016 While many Republicans in Congress and on the campaign trail vilify the Affordable Care Act, American voters across the country are not particularly focused on the health care law as Read More
Medicaid Enrollment and Efficiency Are Improving

Medicaid Enrollment and Efficiency Are Improving

January 27, 2016 State Medicaid and children’s health insurance programs have become significantly more efficient in their operations and more effective at enrolling those who qualify for coverage. As a result, more people Read More
Over 153,000 Selected Plans in Week 11

Over 153,000 Selected Plans in Week 11

January 21, 2016 More than 153,600 consumers selected Affordable Care Act health care plans through the Healthcare.gov online marketplace during the 11th week of open enrollment, according to the “weekly snapshot report” issued Read More
High Deductibles Don’t Promote Price Shopping

High Deductibles Don’t Promote Price Shopping

January 18, 2016 Will consumers make more cost-effective choices of health services and doctors if they are spending their own money? Common sense suggests they would, but researchers have found that consumers don’t Read More
Deductibles Causing Patients to Delay Care

Deductibles Causing Patients to Delay Care

October 26, 2015 Emergency room physicians say more of the patients they see have delayed seeking medical care despite having health insurance, because of high out-of-pocket expenses, high deductibles or high co-insurance. In Read More

Poll: Public Supports Subsidies in ‘King’ Case

June 12, 2015 By a margin of 55% to 38%, Americans believe the Supreme Court should not block federal subsidies in the states that do not operate their own health insurance exchange, an Read More