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ACA enrollment likely to come up short

ACA enrollment likely to come up short

By Shelby Livingston  |  December 08, 2017

With just a week to go before the ACA's fifth open enrollment comes to an end, experts predict signups will fall short of last year's, thanks to the shortened enrollment period, slashed advertising funds, and premium increases.

ACA enrollment tops 3.6 million in first five weeks

ACA enrollment tops 3.6 million in first five weeks

By Shelby Livingston  |  December 06, 2017

With little more than a week before enrollment ends for individual exchange coverage, the number of sign-ups has fallen way behind the pace of previous years, given the shortened enrollment period.

Sign-ups hit 1.5 million in first two weeks of ACA open enrollment

Sign-ups hit 1.5 million in first two weeks of ACA open enrollment

By Shelby Livingston  |  November 15, 2017

Prior to the start of open enrollment, many experts feared sign-ups would drop this year because of deep cuts in federal funding for Obamacare marketing and outreach. But so far, enrollment continues to outpace last year.

Trump's short-term insurance ploy could have long-term consequences

Trump's short-term insurance ploy could have long-term consequences

By Kristen Schorsch  |  November 06, 2017

President Donald Trump wants an alternative to Obamacare. He and other critics say full-fledged plans have become unaffordable for the roughly 17 percent of consumers who don't qualify for financial aid. But the president's move could cause damage.

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