How did states' approach to Affordable Care Act implementation influence insurer participation, competition and premiums? To find out, a new Robert Wood Johnson Foundation brief compared five actively pro-reform states with three states that have taken only a limited approach to or have not participated in the healthcare reform law.
Tax preparers may be a key source of assistance for the millions of uninsured consumers--including young adults--who remain uneducated about how the Affordable Care Act can help them obtain health coverage.
More than 100 days into open enrollment, state-based exchanges continue to outperform their federal counterpart. Leaders at four state exchanges shared their secrets to success at a press briefing hosted by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
People shopping for health insurance after the cancellation of prior plans may find better coverage at comparable or lower rates in the new exchange marketplace, according to a study released by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
The Affordable Care Act is projected to reduce the number of uninsured by 14 million this year; however, barely 40 percent of currently uninsured Americans believe they will have insurance in 2014, according to new survey findings released by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Seeking to relieve some of the physicians' fears, Project HealthDesign, a research program funded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, had teams test the incorporation of patient-generated, digital information into clinical care, a study published in the Journal of Participatory Medicine reported.
U.S. leaders must shift funds to measures that will improve the country's health, according to the recommendations from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Commission to Build a Healthier America.
Parallels between the Affordable Care Act and Medicare Part D rollouts continue making news, as journalists highlight lessons policymakers may learn from prior national health insurance overhauls.
A new Health Policy Brief from Health Affairs and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation exploring mHealth promises and challenges makes the case that the regulation of apps will become more important as...
While the U.S. healthcare system continues to be the most pricey in the world by a long margin, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' Innovation Center is quietly finding ways to cut costs for delivering care, with most of the efforts focused for the moment on patient-centered medical homes.