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About 40 percent of firms that will be required to file new Obamacare tax forms aren't aware of those forms.
Mount Sinai Hospital's CEO told CNBC that while Obamacare survived a repeal attempt, it's locked in a tough game of numbers.
The Obama administration said recently that more than 11 million have signed up for health insurance. Experts see it differently.
The Obama administration is looking to draw in more uninsured customers as open enrollment nears its Jan. 31 deadline.
Wondering how you will fare financially in 2016? Here are what experts think next year will hold for financial matters close to home.
Many Obamacare customers pay more than 10 percent of their incomes toward coverage costs, a report found.
This year the healthcare sees double the people under 35 sign up
About 2.1 million people under age 35 have signed up for coverage on HealthCare.gov.
About 2.4 million new Obamacare customers have been signed up on the federal insurance exchange.
Enrollment ends Jan. 31, but people will need to sign up sooner for coverage to be effective Jan. 1.
Customers rushed to beat a deadline for getting health coverage, with the federal Obamacare call center taking 1 million calls Monday.
About 1 million of the more than 2.8 million sign-ups so far have come from new customers.
About 3.5 million people could pay less for health insurance than what the fine for being uninsured would cost.
Mark Britnell, chairman of KPMG Global Health, discusses the findings in his new book "In Search of the Perfect Health System."
About 2 million people have signed up for Obamacare health insurance plans for 2016.
Expansion of coverage and increased spending on retail prescription drugs spurred a six-year-high spike.
Customers at a New York eatery have to pay a 3% surcharge on their bills to offset health coverage costs for the restaurant's workers.
The national conversation on drug prices is getting louder, and patients increasingly want a voice in that discussion.
After UnitedHealth warned it may exit Obamacare exchanges in 2017, its rivals Friday reaffirmed earnings forecasts.
Ezekiel Emanuel, a former health policy advisor, tells CNBC the plans offered on government-run exchanges need to be more affordable in order to boost participation rates.
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