Open enrollment for health coverage via the ACA runs Nov. 15-Feb. 15.
Shared Services Center, affiliate of Northwest Medical Center, will expand at new south side location.
What the next governor believes can affect Arizona legislation.
Judge asked to extend benefits to future state/university employees, too.
More than 6,000 Arizonans risk losing federal marketplace health insurance.
Health insurers must pay $11 million in refunds to comply with the law.
2010 voter-approved measure said Arizonans don’t have to buy health insurance.
With no copays, the clinic would save the town and employees money.
Restoring childless adults to AHCCCS appears to be a boost for hospitals.
The company sold the least expensive Affordable Care Act insurance plans in Arizona.
While existing state laws bar discrimination based on race, religion or gender, those do not extend to sexual orientation.
PHOENIX — The three Republican candidates for Congress from District 1 each insisted Monday night that he is more conservative than the others — and is the only one who can oust Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick.
Supporters of Obamacare are celebrating that the law is not an unmitigated disaster, just a mitigated one.
Attendees at this weekend’s Fourth Avenue Street Fair will be able to mix shopping and eating with starting the health-insurance enrollment process.
If you or someone you care about does not have health care coverage, it’s not too late to sign up for quality, affordable coverage: but you’ll want to act quickly. The deadline to get insurance is March 31. After that, you’ll have to wait until November to sign up.
The federally-run Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan, PCIP, is once again extending coverage for enrollees.
Eligible uninsured people have about five weeks to sign up for the health- care marketplace, but so far Latinos are a no show.
When most workers retire before they are Medicare-eligible at 65, they have to bear the costs of health insurance on their own.
With a deadline looming, the federal government is stepping up efforts to enroll Arizonans in health insurance.
Aetna Life Insurance Co. has paid $246,000 in fines to the state to settle charges that it gave customers misleading or incorrect information and didn’t correctly process and pay claims.