California Is Outspending The U.S. Government To Market ObamacareThe marketing blitz is on.
Most Obamacare Enrollees Could Pay Less For Policies Next YearWhile it's true that premiums for the popular silver Obamacare plan could shoot higher for 2018, most enrollees could actually end up paying less for coverage next year.
Covered California Open Enrollment Begins Amid Rising RatesTuesday marks the beginning of open enrollment for Covered California. Several changes are in store this year, and they include rising rates.
Covered California Rates To Jump 13.2 PercentCovered California says average monthly premiums will increase by more than 13 percent next year for people who buy health care coverage through the state's insurance exchange.
Computer Glitch Dumps Pregnant Women From Covered California PlansCBS13 is hearing stories of pregnant women heading to their doctor for a checkup only to be told they're not covered anymore.
State Auditor Questions Covered California's No-Bid Contracts Totaling $200 MillionThe total represented about one-fifth of the nearly $1 billion in contracts issued during the period.
Covered California Adds 425,000 Under Obama Health LawCovered California says more than 425,000 people signed up for private health insurance coverage during the third enrollment period under President Barack Obama's health care law.
Time Running Out For Californians To Sign Up For Insurance Through Covered CaliforniaCovered California officials say tax penalties for those who forget or ignore the deadline go up to $695 a person.
Covered California's Target For Third Enrollment Season: 750,000 Uninsured PeopleIt offers sliding-scale subsidies for private coverage to people with no access to health care on the job and directs low-income people to Medi-Cal, the state's health program for the poor.
Covered California Expected To Announce 2016 Individual Premium Rates Monday California on Monday will announce 2016 premium rates for individual health plans sold on the state's insurance exchange, an important gauge of affordability amid growing concern that some insurers around the country are seeking double-digit price increases.
Covered California Sends Out 100,000 Inaccurate Tax Forms; About 1 In 8 Get Wrong InfoThe state's health exchange says it learned last month that it had inaccurate coverage information and is in the process of sending out revised 1095-A forms.
Health Care Sticker Shock: Tax Refunds Could Be Taken To Make Up For Low Income EstimatesCovered California enrollees who underestimated their income when signing up for California’s implementation of the Affordable Care Act may be hit with sticker shock when tax season rolls around.