Nancy MetcalfHealth Writer
Nancy Metcalf is an award-winning independent journalist specializing in health topics. A senior writer and editor for Consumer Reports for more than 25 years, she is a nationally recognized expert on health insurance and health reform.
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If you get health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, you may have received a renewal notice this year that gave you sticker shock. Here’s what to do.
Under the Affordable Care Act health insurance is required to provide all forms of birth control free. The rule is still in effect, with a major new exception.
Picking a health insurance plan can be difficult. Try these four strategies to get the best health insurance deal for you.
Marketplaces open Nov. 1. Prices in many states will be different than last year, but be careful. You could end up with a premium hike or miss out on a bargain.
The government says it will stop paying for a major type of health insurance subsidy. If you purchase Obamacare, here’s what to know.
Health insurers continue to exit and enter the 2018 marketplace, but as of now every U.S. county will offer at least one plan. Here’s what else to know.
Open enrollment for health insurance for 2017 will mostly work the same as it has in previous years, but there’s an important change.
Enrollment counselors and insurance brokers in your area can help you enroll in private health insurance and find financial help. Here’s what to know.
If you need health insurance right now but are confused about how to go about it because of what’s going on in Congress, here’s what to know.
The Senate health bill could make health care unaffordable for Americans with pre-existing conditions who must buy insurance on their own. Here’s what to know.