Patients and insurers shouldn’t switch dance partners annually.
This New Jersey hospital is a success story, but insurance companies have tried to vilify it.
Vast majority of 2012 enrollments came from small number of insurers
May not be budget-neutral
Payback for ‘total incompetence’
Even young invincibles are sicker than expected
Insurance executives testify that the site is still not fixed
‘Shifting health care expenses on to the public at large’
Potential for more premium hikes
Satisfaction fallen sharply in recent years
Banning Obamacare’s narrow networks
Results have Obamacare implications for ‘young invincibles’
People should be able to leave their jobs without fear of losing healthcare coverage — but Obamacare takes us in the opposite direction.
Obamacare sign-ups by Dec. 24 were far fewer than the 5 million policy cancellations
‘A lot of us didn’t realize that passing the law was the easy part’
Young adult insurance rate increases, rate for older adults slumps
The future of many state-run health insurance exchanges hangs in the balance ahead of Thursday’s expected Supreme Court ruling
‘Health insurance companies ‘have no one to blame but themselves”