Free premiums and very low co-pays will kick in for people who received at least a week of benefits, regardless of income.
The law requires insurance “parity” for mental and physical care, but it’s often harder to find a therapist than a physician.
Lots of low- and middle-income folks who didn’t qualify for subsidies before will now.
But as more people buy direct-to-consumer health insurance, innovators may find new ways to make money.
The Biden administration plans to spread the word that people can sign up and may be eligible for free or subsidized coverage.
One thing that’s not clear is how this might affect your insurance premiums.
Most people who've lost jobs during the pandemic didn't get health insurance at work.
Will a surge in enrollments prompted by the pandemic mean cuts to benefits?
More than 20 million people would lose health insurance if the Supreme Court invalidates the Affordable Care Act.