The GOP repeal bill does nothing to improve the health or financial well-being of Americans and inflicts harm in these six ways.
See how the repeal bill currently making its way through Congress will affect lower-income families.
The election is over, but open enrollment isn’t.
Sign up through January 31, 2017 to get health coverage through your health insurance marketplace.
When people enter the criminal justice system, states can suspend their Medicaid coverage. This is smart policy that makes it easier for people leaving incarceration to obtain quick access to health care.
Father’s Day is a good time to let new fathers know they may qualify to buy health insurance for their family on the marketplace. Use our graphics to spread the word on social media!
Despite some improvements since a landmark Surgeon General’s report in 2000, unacceptable numbers of adults across all income levels suffer from dental problems that degrade their quality of life, and it is cost that prevents them from getting the care they need.
Everyone who files taxes must indicate whether or not they have health insurance. This infographic explains the steps most tax filers must take to accurately report their health insurance information.
The road that a policy idea must travel before it becomes a federal law can be long and winding. This infographic shows the steps that nearly every bill takes on its journey to the president’s desk.
These infographics illustrate how health insurance helps address health disparities affecting racial and ethnic minorities.
African Americans are more likely to have certain health problems than whites. Finding and treating these problems early can make a huge difference. Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, most health insurance plans must cover preventive services for free.