Affordable Care Act
With almost a year under its belt, has the Affordable Care Act impact as many people as it originally set out to?
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed legislation Monday that would have limited who could work in the state as a health insurance guide and blamed a national conservative group for injecting an error into the model legislation.
The St. Louis Archdiocese has been granted a preliminary injunction so it won’t have to provide its employees mandatory birth control coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
Officials with St. Anthony’s Medical Center say they saw record patient volumes in their Emergency Department in March, April and May.
Barnes Jewish Hospital has started charging co-pays to uninsured patients, no matter how poor.
Illinois’ health insurance marketplace is now allowing gay and lesbian couples to enroll for private coverage.
Despite a federal court order against their current law, Missouri legislators voted Thursday to toughen requirements even further for people seeking to work as insurance guides under President Barack Obama’s health care law.
Several U.S. lawmakers are demanding answers after some Missouri media outlets reported that employees at a center processing applications for health insurance under President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul were paid to do nothing.
Republican lawmakers are demanding answers after reports that say that a suburban St. Louis processing center for the Affordable Care Act.
Employees at an application processing center in Wentzville have almost no work to do and are often paid just to stare at their computer screens.