The White House has yet to announce how many people have been able to enroll for the health care marketplace, although administration officials told the AP that more than 476,000 insurance applications have been filed via federal and state exchanges. More>>
Public libraries across our area are prepared to help the uninsured find the answers they need when it comes to ObamaCare enrollment.
Ready or not, it's here. And the new law isn't without controversy, myths and confusion.
In this Eye on Health Report, Latrice Currie talks with a local expert to try to clear things up about what you can or should expect. More>>
BlueCross will offer a total of 54 plans in all of Tennessee's 95 counties, and said today that its rates were lowest among most plan levels across the state —including zero-deductible plans. More>>
The battle in Congress over shutting down the federal government -- something that could also happen Tuesday -- has people even more perplexed. More>>
Beginning Tuesday, Tennesseans will be able to start shopping for health insurance on the new online marketplace set up as part of the Affordable Care Act. More>>
Many Americans are still clueless about the Affordable Care Act, despite the fact that insurance exchanges open on Tuesday, Oct. 1. More>>
Major new laws come with their own jargon, and President Barack Obama's health care overhaul is no exception. More>>
A recent survey shows that 30% of the public doesn't know what ACA is, vs. only 12% when we asked about Obamacare. More>>
The health care issue is taking center stage on the national level and here at home. Everyone, the employed, unemployed, insured and uninsured alike will all be impacted. More>>
Administration officials are quietly telling key interest groups to expect initial glitches signing up online for coverage under President Barack Obama's health care overhaul. More>>
HHS has analyzed the plans that have been approved to go on offer starting Tuesday and finds that in most states, there's plenty of choice with reasonable prices. More>>
A benchmark health care plan in Georgia will cost an average of $304 a month when purchased on an exchange under the Obama administration's health care overhaul. More>>
Premiums under the cheapest plan offered in Tennessee would average $181 per month, the third-lowest rate in the country. More>>
As the Affordable Care Act's health exchanges come online, some of Tennessee's state-sponsored insurance programs are shutting down or limiting enrollment. More>>