While health insurance brokers may be the key to the Affordable Care Act's Small Business Health Options Program, enrollment success, obstacles remain on how to best include them in the process.
The battle over Medicaid expansion continues. While supporters of the program are thrilled with the enrollment figures, opponents fear the rising costs will plague states.
Take a look back on the winners and losers from the second open enrollment period. FierceHealthPayer examined enrollment figures and operations from five states and even handed out some awards.
As of March 25, over 1 million people enrolled in consumer operated and oriented health insurance plans during the 2015 enrollment period, the National Alliance of State Health CO-OPs announced.
With two days left until open enrollment closes on Healthcare.gov and state insurance exchanges, industry officials are upping their marketing and outreach efforts to ensure Americans sign up for health insurance.
Florida is leading the pack when it comes to Obamacare enrollment: As of mid-January, 1.27 million residents purchased exchange plans, the Department of Health and Human Services announced.
More than 9.5 million Americans have purchased health insurance or been automatically reenrolled in plans during the second enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act exchanges.
More than 450,000 individuals purchased health insurance on Healthcare.gov during the first week of open enrollment, Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell announced during a phone conference Wednesday.
As of Thursday, 7.3 million people have both enrolled in and paid for health insurance plans, CMS Administrator Marilyn Tavenner announced during a hearing of the House Oversight Committee.
The federal health insurance exchange's glitch-filled rollout likely deterred about 1 million consumers from signing up for coverage, according to an analysis from the Congressional Budget Office released Tuesday.