Posted on · While many Texans get health care through employers, over the past few years, the number of people in Texas who’ve signed up through the Affordable Care Act has grown. Changes in the White House and Congress will affect both groups of Texans.
Posted on · Federal lawmakers have set their sights on repealing the Affordable Care Act as quickly as possible. According to a new study, if they succeed, Texas could lose thousands of jobs in the coming years, but it could be more than just health care jobs.
Posted on · Federal health officials will roll out new strategies over the coming months to convince more young adults to enroll in health insurance in 2017.
Posted on · A new federal report estimates that expanding Medicaid could help hundreds of thousands of mentally ill and uninsured Texans get treatment. Read the report below.
Posted on · Today is the deadline to get individual health insurance coverage through the Affordable Care Act for all of 2016.
Posted on · Uninsured Americans have until Jan. 31 to enroll in health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. But if you do it by Friday, January 15, there’s the added benefit of the coverage starting on February 1.
Posted on · Report reveals Affordable Care Act has benefited older adults and Hispanics in Texas the most, but serious coverage gaps remain.
Posted on · The first major deadline for 2016 insurance through the Affordable Care Act is Tuesday, December 15.
Posted on · In an individual health market bereft of "out of network" options, Humana has offered a last-minute health plan for 2016.
Posted on · Supporters of more Medicaid in Texas are increasingly arguing for the financial benefits
Posted on · The Republican argues a fee in the Affordable Care Act is an "unconstitutional tax."
Posted on · Rice University healthcare economist Vivian Ho attributes a slight uptick in the number of Texans who get their health insurance through their jobs to the Affordable Care Act.
Posted on · Harris Health will restrict financial aid to about 15,000 patients in an effort to push them to enroll in health care plans through the Affordable Care Act.
Posted on · One in three people without health insurance reported forgoing primary care, while one in six insured people did. The data come from a survey conducted by researchers at Rice University and the Episcopal Health Foundation in Houston.
Posted on · With Medicaid expansion stalled in Texas, Green looks to 21st Century Cures Act