The Affordable Care Act |

Nearly 90K families no longer risk losing health insurance

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| Covered California says it has validated the legal residence of most of the families that had previously failed to prove their lawful status.

Ask Emily: Key efforts to reform health reform


The Center for Health Reporting explains which new laws will – or won’t – make your health coverage easier to use in California.

LA County launches health care program for uninsured immigrants


Immigrants in the country illegally are ineligible for insurance under the Affordable Care Act. Beginning Wednesday, a new L.A. county program will offer them free care.

Thousands risk losing health insurance by Tuesday


Thousands of families must prove legal residency by Tuesday or risk losing health insurance they bought through Covered California.

Ask Emily: Look Ma, no option! My teeth are covered


Like many things in Obamacare, dental insurance is more complicated than it should be. Today's column previews changes that may affect how often you see a dentist.

100,000 Calif. families at risk of losing health coverage


Some have not fully documented their legal residence in the state. Those who fail to do so by Sept. 30 risk losing their coverage and any tax subsidies.

Bill seeks to improve Calif. consumer access to health providers


Under the measure, insurers who fail to provide timely access to in-network providers would have to provide access to out-of-network providers at no extra cost.

PPO, EPO, or HMO? Your health plan choices explained.


Consumers can begin perusing 2015 health plans on Covered California before November's open enrollment begins. Here's a guide to the different types available.