Mental health spending may be up because of COVID-19

Jun 24, 2020
Some employers are adding new options related to wellness to their health care offerings.
Almost a third of workers surveyed had accessed or planned to access mental health care during the pandemic.
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House Republicans look for more support with revised health care bill

Mar 21, 2017
A vote on the amendments is expected Thursday.
Dr. Martha Perez examines Maria Lebron in a room at the Community Health of South Florida, Doris Ison Health Center in Miami, Florida. 
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Affordable Care Act may free some from working for health insurance

Jul 15, 2013
Nearly 1 million employees could end up voluntarily leaving their jobs when health exchanges open on January 1, according to a new report from Columbia and National Bureau of Economic Research.

Affordable Care Act mandate delayed: Who wins, who loses?

Jul 3, 2013
Pick your headline: Bigger companies get another year to arrange health insurance, or Many employees have to wait another year to get health insurance.

Affordable Care Act mandate delayed

Jul 2, 2013
The Obama administration announces the employer mandate in the Affordable Care Act will be delayed by a year.

Can the NBA sell Obamacare?

Jun 19, 2013
Why would a sports league -- or any business -- want to be identified with the controversial law that provides insurance to the uninsured.

Will coordinating health care cut your medical bill?

Jun 13, 2013
Accountable care organizations are supposed to be one of the money-saving saviors of health care reform, but some fear they could drive prices up.

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The Obamacare charm offensive begins

May 10, 2013
The Affordable Care Act's PR push is gearing up for prime time.

Will you buy into Obamacare or pay the penalty?

Apr 30, 2013
The new health care law requires individuals to carry health insurance beginning next year, or pay a small fine. Behavioral economists say even a little punishment may go a long way to get people to sign up.