May 12, 2020 – An individual's decision to "gamble" and go without health insurance can result in uncompensated care – a financial burden on hospitals… Read more
January 25, 2020 – Q. I’m 24 and a graduate student. I can get health coverage through my university, but my father has an excellent plan at work, and he… Read more
I’ve heard the federal government pays for the Medicaid expansion, but only for a few years. Then the state is on the hook for costs?
January 7, 2018 – Q. I hear people saying Medicaid expansion is a great idea and that the federal government pays for it. But doesn't the federal government… Read more
May 10, 2016 – Q: How do I tell whether I'm eligible for expanded Medicaid or a private plan in the exchange? A: When you enroll in the exchange,… Read more
March 30, 2016 – Q: If I don’t buy health insurance in 2014, but decide to buy it at a later point, can I? A: Yes, the health reform law is not designed… Read more
March 4, 2016 – A: The main idea behind health care reform law was to remove the barriers to insurance coverage for most Americans who remained uninsured… Read more
March 3, 2016 – Q: If I pay the tax for not purchasing health insurance, does that buy me an insurance policy? A: No. You’re not buying insurance;… Read more