Another insurer says the system looks fine—not that you'll hear about it from conservatives.
Nullification by any other name...
In states with dreadful health outcomes, they're spending a lot of energy trying to keep people from signing up for health care
Republicans continue to insist the Affordable Care Act is an insurance company "bailout." It's not—and here's one more reason why.
Now that Healthcare.gov is working, those projections for private plan enrollment don't look so crazy.
A tantilizing, but very ambiguous, sign that the Affordable Care Act is starting to work
Two graphs show how differently the Affordable Care Act is playing out in more conservative parts of the country.
The federal government has released a breakdown of Obamacare enrollment, including age. What you make of that information depends a lot on your expectations.
The Affordable Care Act has gotten better press lately, and rightly so. But the news isn't all hunky-dory.
Consumer choices, cachet, and health care reform
The patients of Cedars-Sinai medical center confront Obamacare's new realities
National spending on medical care just fell, relative to the size of the economy. That hasn't happened since Bill Clinton was president.