Connecticut and Washington will not offer extensions
Hardship exemptions aren't clear enough for consumers to take a chance on special enrollment period
HHS prepares for an enrollment surge on March 31
19 out of 20 patients who think they are allergic to penicillin are wrong and are costing 63% more
Add it up: 3 reasons for the delay; 6 assets affected; 6 reasons for the price tag; and one future mind-boggler
Sebelius says more Latino outreach is needed, meanwhile commercial enrollees are popping up more often
Why would HHS disrupt Part D when it's been a success for plans and for seniors?
While 4.2 million have signed up for private plans, quite a few of them also have a sense of humor
Evidence shows that the traditional approach is not effective.
Plans have opportunities to bridge the transition for non-grandfathered plans and PCP payments under ACA