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Kaiser Poll: Most Uninsured Remain Unaware of March 31 Deadline

| Mar 26, 2014

By mid-March, six in ten of the uninsured were still unaware of the March 31 deadline to enroll in coverage, according to the results of the latest Kaiser Health Tracking Poll, which were released today. Even after they were reminded of the deadline and the fine for not getting covered,...[ Read More ]

WA: State's Exchange Market is Highly Concentrated, Analysis Finds

| Mar 21, 2014 | Washington

Washington's health-insurance exchange market is shaping up to be highly concentrated, according to a new analysis of seven state exchange markets by the non-profit Kaiser Family Foundation, headquartered in Menlo Park, Calif. The analysis notes that with less than two weeks left in the open-enrollment period for 2014, three parent companies hold about 92 percent of...[ Read More ]

AK: Kaiser Released Report on the Impact of ACA Coverage

Grace Guenther | Jan 13, 2014 | Alaska

The Kaiser Family Foundation released reports last week for each of the fifty states, showing how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) changes insurance coverage in each state. These state-level reports serve as a guide to the potential impact of the ACA in each state and D.C. as legislatures begin to...[ Read More ]

Kaiser Foundation Poll Finds Confusion Over ACA Abounds With Open Enrollment Six Months Away

Erin Thurston | May 1, 2013

With just six months left before open enrollment begins for health benefit exchanges across the country, the results of the latest Kaiser Family Foundation tracking poll paint a grim picture in terms of public understanding of the Affordable Care Act. 42% don't know that it's still law (or refused to...[ Read More ]

KFF's Altman and Levitt: We Still Have a Health Care Spending Problem

Erin Thurston | Apr 22, 2013

Sunday's Washington Post featured an opinion-editorial co-authored by Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) president and chief executive Drew Altman, and senior vice president Larry Levitt highlighting recent analysis from KFF showing that we can expect to see increases in health care spending return as the economy improves. From the Washington Post:...[ Read More ]