Because more people are insured, state and federal safety net funding is being cut. How are these institutions compensating?
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The 2014 enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act closes tonight. For some people the new health law is a godsend. Others barely noticed its existence. Donna Zeuli and her husband lost their insurance when he retired two years ago. Private insurers denied them both because of pre-existing conditions and the COBRA plan offered through …
While the ACA is intended to cover substance abuse treatment, an older law bars many residential drug treatment centers from billing Medicaid.
SF supervisor wants people to be able to use Healthy SF money to pay premiums on Obamacare plans.
The penalty is more likely to be 1 percent of your income, not $95. That’s for starters.
California has taken ‘symbolic steps,’ but has not turned information into something useful to consumers.
A ruling for corporations could call laws that govern land use, housing or employment into question.
The uninsured face a tax penalty up to 1% of income, which could exceed $500 if earning $60,000/year.
Lawfully present immigrants are eligible for many Obamacare benefits. Green card not required.
Certainly, the rollout of Obamacare in the state has not been without its challenges, and yet — California has 12 percent of the nation’s population and nearly 25 percent of all sign-ups nationwide. In addition to the more than 800,000 people currently enrolled in California, another 877,000 Californians are likely to be eligible for Medi-Cal. That’s on top of another 652,000 people who transitioned to Medi-Cal from the Low Income Health Program (more on that in a minute). That’s well over 2 million people total.