Millions of Americans don’t have bank accounts. That could be a problem for Obamacare.
Americans shopping for health ... have high uninsured rates. In Florida, where 24 percent of the non-elderly lack insurance coverage, Jackson Hewitt estimates that 34 percent of those likely eligible for premium subsidies do not have a regular bank account.
Behind New York’s 2015 health insurance rates
United Healthcare, asking for a near 6 percent decrease, did not respond ... for the coming year, American Progressive Life & Health Insurance, said it was because they enrolled too few members to make their plans viable. Not all insurers said they found ...
More Americans have health insurance: why Obamacare doesn't get full credit (+video)
Recommended: How much do you know about health-care reform? Take our quiz! The RAND figure suggests a much bigger Obamacare effect on insurance coverage – a swing of 4.7 percentage ... and it’s not a gauge of how many Americans have moved from the ...
Americans Still Confused About Health Reform
(A "public option," or government-run plan, was favored by Obama but did not end up in the final legislation.) The poll also found that Americans ... 41 percent weren't sure. And some 28 percent mistakenly said illegal immigrants will have health insurance ...
The Social Life of Health Information
In 2000, 46% of American adults had access to the internet, 5% of U.S. households had broadband connections, and 25% of American adults looked online for health information. Now, 74% of American adults go online, 57% of American households have broadband ...