Monday is deadline to sign up for coverage to begin Jan. 1.
Kirkpatrick says more people have coverage under Obamacare; Tobin says fewer.
No date has been set for a hearing.
Will 276,000 Arizonans added to Medicaid rolls stay on?
Whistleblower who notified government will get nearly $6 million.
Restoring childless adults to AHCCCS appears to be a boost for hospitals.
Candidates comment on Medicaid, job training, public lands, budget cuts, and immigration.
The following editorial appeared Thursday in the Los Angeles Times:
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.
PHOENIX — The state House voted Thursday to put a five-year lifetime cap on government-funded health care — but not for everyone.
Eligible uninsured people have about five weeks to sign up for the health- care marketplace, but so far Latinos are a no show.
With a deadline looming, the federal government is stepping up efforts to enroll Arizonans in health insurance.
Seventy percent of uninsured Americans have not yet been to their state’s online health marketplace, says a new study by Enroll America, which for that reason is increasing its outreach in Arizona.
We continue to wish our friends and family a happy, healthy new year, and in 2014 these words have renewed meaning.
The federal government has denied a request from the city of Tucson that would have allowed local hospitals to draw down millions of government dollars to cover patients who can’t pay.
PHOENIX — Dissident lawmakers should be blocked from challenging the vote of the majority of their colleagues to expand Medicaid in Arizona, the lawyer for Gov. Jan Brewer told a judge late Friday.
PHOENIX — A free-market advocacy group contends the decision by Gov. Jan Brewer to expand the state’s Medicaid program will immediately increase the number of people in the program by nearly 90 percent.
Twenty-year-old Amy Escobar has no health insurance and says she doesn’t know anything about President Obama’s health law.
When given the chance to take part in the creation of the Affordable Care Act, America’s highly profitable health-insurance industry didn’t have to think twice.