President Obama tapped a new lieutenant on Friday to lead the vast array of federal health programs, saying goodbye to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius who is resigning after a long and rocky tenure with the administration.
Local insurance producers say delays are expected in their industry and they're ready and willing to assist with enrollment.
At the end of this month open enrollment for healthcare will be closed and fines for not having coverage will start April first.
When the Moyer family decided they wanted to adopt a child from China, they were told a healthy child would take seven years.
13th District Congressman Mac Thornberry is touring local health facilities and stopped at HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital Tuesday afternoon.
Leeann Andrews says she was surprised with how easy it was to sign up for coverage and even more surprised to find out she would be paying less than a quarter for healthcare, especially because she suffers from an autoimmune disease.
Talk about the affordable care act began in February 2009 and for the past several years it has been the subject of debate.
New health insurance "exchanges" open next Tuesday.
A new Texas law is giving small businesses options to deal with projected increases in the cost of health insurance for their employees.
Senate bill 1332 was signed by Governor Perry this weekend.
Gov. Mike Beebe said the political rhetoric on Capitol Hill will not influence his decision whether to accept federal dollars to expand Arkansas' Medicaid program.
Tax hikes to help out publicly funded hospitals, others may have to raise their prices, and charities that support hospitals might have to ramp their fundraising efforts.
A mandate in the new healthcare law that's been overshadowed by all the attention on the Supreme Court ruling is expanding Medicaid coverage.
The political fight between Arkansas Democrats and Republicans over healthcare reform is far from over.
Companies with 50 employees or more must provide their workers with healthcare insurance starting in 2014.
Even if the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the President's healthcare law, Texas Governor Rick Perry says Texas is rejecting the plan.
Local doctors react to the Supreme Court's decision on healthcare reform.
Texas Leaders react to ruling
Supreme Court upholds the 2010 health care law.