U.S. consumers got $1.5 billion in insurer rebates and overhead cost savings last year due to the Affordable Care Act, a non-profit says.
A non-profit group estimates if the Affordable Care Act provisions had been effect in 2010, U.S. consumers would have received $2 billion in rebates.
All U.S. states and the District of Columbia, except Arizona, have begun to implement the Affordable Care Act, a report by a non-profit group said.
Eighty-eight percent of U.S. adults ages 19-29 say it is important for Congress to pass healthcare reform legislation, a survey indicates.
The number of underinsured U.S. adults rose 60 percent from 2003 to 2007 from 16 million to more than 25 million, researchers said.
Women are more likely than men to forgo healthcare because of cost, a new U.S. survey reports.
Most workers in the United States shopping for individual health insurance find it too expensive or are rejected for health reasons, a study said Thursday.
Young adults are reportedly the fastest growing group of uninsured people in the United States, with 13.7 million lacking health insurance coverage.
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