Sunday, December 15 is the last day for Open Enrollment for the Affordable Care Act! Tennesseans have to enroll on-line by Sunday or wait almost a year to get covered. Sign-up for coverage at HealthCare.gov
Tennessee Democratic Party Chair Mary Mancini released the following statement in response to the Trump administration announcing new guidance on waivers that could allow states to expand health insurance plan offerings that don't include pre-existing condition protections.
Congressman Diane Black (R-TN-06), a registered nurse and member of the Ways and Means Health Subcommittee, responded to reports that Vanderbilt University would be out of network on all insurance plans available through Tennessee's Obamacare marketplace in 2017.
When the next president of the United States takes office, he or she will need accurate, timely information about public health and health care. Tennessee Department of Health Commissioner John Dreyzehner, MD, MPH, has been selected by the National Academy of Medicine to be one of those providing information through the Vital Directions for Health and Health Care initiative.
Senate health committee Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) made the following statement on the premium increases ranging from 44% to 62% made final Tuesday for all three plans on Tennessee's Obamacare exchange...
U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) Tuesday released the following statement after the U.S. Supreme Court blocked the Obama Administration's Clean Power Plan until legal challenges to the law are resolved.
WGNS spoke to a Murfreesboro man who just left his doctor's office after learning that he would soon lose his foot due to a lack of circulation.
More than 336,000 Tennessee residents will split $10 million in refunds from health insurance companies because of a provision in the Affordable Care Act.
The report -- commissioned by the Emergency Medicine Action Fund (EMAF) -- is titled "Review of the Evidence on the Use of the Emergency Department by Medicaid Patients and the Evolving Role of Emergency Medicine Physicians."
If the lawsuit proves to be a successful win for the Volunteer state, it could immediately make health insurance unaffordable for thousands of Tennesseans, which kills the purpose of the Affordable Care Act all together.
Dozens of health clinics focused on serving those people across Tennessee most in need may have to close their doors with a major source of federal funding set to expire in 2015.
Well, it looks as if a retailer that has a store front in Murfreesboro is filing a major lawsuit dealing with the Affordable Care Act.
State Department of Commerce and Insurance officials are cautioning uninsured Tennesseans that they may find it challenging to get health insurance if they wait after the March 31 deadline for open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act.
The TN Healthcare bus will be making several stops in Rutherford County before the March 31st deadline to sign-up for insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
As a result of the Affordable Care Act, an estimated 8.7 million people age 21 and younger will gain dental coverage nationwide by 2018.
Friday, the United States Senate passed a continuing resolution stripping the House provision defunding the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
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