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African Americans, who as a group are among the least likely Americans to have health insurance, may stand to benefit the most from Obamacare, a new study by the U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS) Department finds.
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Who's best informed about Obamacare? Older Americans, a new Gallup poll shows, at least according to them.
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Call it HealthCare.gov lite.
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Is your hospital being penalized for providing care that falls short of what Medicare thinks it should be? Measures range from nighttime noise to following basic clinical standards of care.
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President Barack Obama will ease rules that were causing some people to lose their health insurance under the health care law, he announced Nov. 14.
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The Affordable Care Act has taken it on the chin recently, from its controversial role in the recent government shutdown to the website meltdown that came as the long-awaited health insurance marketplace opened on Oct. 1. Nonetheless, a new Gallup poll shows that public support for the law seems to be inching upward.
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Public trust in the government is near an all-time low - not exactly a shock for a survey taken during a shutdown of the federal government.
By Phil Galewitz, Kaiser Health News
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By Jordan Rau and Julie Appleby, Kaiser Health News
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Americans don't want the government shuttered to block Obamacare, and they lay blame for the shutdown on Republicans, according to a Quinnipiac University Poll released on Oct. 1.
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