Georgians are overwhelmingly concerned about health care. But unless Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock are elected to the US Senate on Jan. 5, those concerns may go unanswered.
Low-income patients in Texas and Louisiana who utilize Planned Parenthood’s many health services will soon see their options restricted.
Doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers will still be on the pandemic frontlines as you celebrate Thanksgiving. They have a plea for Americans this year.
Georgians are losing access to HealthCare.gov, and with it impartial assistance in comparing, and choosing healthcare coverage.
The senator's bill that supposedly protects people with preexisting conditions has a major loophole, and he wants to get rid of the Affordable Care Act.
A lot has happened in the past 10 days—so much so that you may not realize that the Affordable Care Act’s open enrollment season began on Nov. 1.
“I remember my mom sitting me down at the age of 15 and teaching me how to appeal a denial, because she told me I would be doing that for the rest of my life, and until 2010-2011, she was right.”