After a year packed with pledges to repeal the ACA and recent funding cuts, many of those shopping for health insurance feel confused. Let's clear some things up.
The court ruled that Americans who buy coverage through health care exchanges run by the federal government can continue to receive subsidies.
And the total price tag for the updated website, which is still riddled with problems, could top $300 million.
The Pioneer Institute report alleges Massachusetts officials “misled” the public and federal officials about the site’s woes.
Vicki Coates, a former vice president of dental management at DentaQuest, starts on Monday as chief operating officer. Patricia Wada, who has worked on state information technology projects, will take...
Gov. Charlie Baker named insurance executive Mark Gaunya and business consultant Rina Vertes to serve on the Massachusetts Connector Authority Board.
The move helps Baker consolidate his authority over the agency responsible for helping Massachusetts residents find affordable health care plans.
Jean Yang, who oversaw the problematic launch of the Connector’s new website, will depart the agency next Friday.
The revamped Health Connector website did not suffer the same outages and delays as last year as thousands of people without insurance signed up for health plans before last night's...
Massachusetts will ask the federal government for another $80 million to build a new health insurance shopping website.
In the latest attempt to have a site ready for open enrollment in October, the state's Health Connector will pursue two plans.
If you are expecting a quick fix, you can stop reading here. But there are some important updates that might be helpful.