WASHINGTON, DC -- A new report out by the Congressional Budget Office predicts many Americans will decide to quit their jobs, cut their hours or change careers, thanks to the president's new healthcare law.
CBSNews -- A top HealthCare.gov security officer told Congress Thursday that the Obamacare website passed security testing in December, and she would recommend that its official Authority to Operate (ATO) be extended when the current ATO expires in March.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- We are days away from a major deadline for those getting insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- If you're still looking for help signing up on the new online health insurance marketplace, the Springfield-Greene County Library is offering help again today.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- If you want help signing up in the new health insurance marketplace, the Springfield-Greene County Library is hosting sessions today.
WASHINGTON, DC -- The White House says the new and improved Healthcare.gov website is ready for users. But it was a rocky re-launch for the online insurance marketplace.
Washington (CNN) -- There is a "night and day" difference between HealthCare.gov on October 1 and the same site on December 1, Jeff Zients, the top administration official responsible for improving the problem-plagued Obamacare enrollment site, said Sunday on a conference call with reporters.
WASHINGTON, DC -- The Department of Health and Human Services says it will meet its goal of having an Affordable Care Act website that will work for the "vast majority" of users by Sunday. Missouri's Senior Senator has been doing some shopping there already.
Another delay just days ahead of a self-imposed deadline to expand hardware capacity and fix software bugs for the Obamacare website.
As President Obama's job approval rating plunges to the lowest of his presidency and Americans' sour on his handling of health care, also taking a hit is confidence in his management of the government as well as a number of personal qualities.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Thursday, President Obama said canceled policies could be extended for one year. Nearly five million Americans have been told their insurance plan would be canceled because they don't meet the standards of the new law. Springfield insurance agent Trevor Croley helps explain what that means for you.
WASHINGTON, DC -- President Obama says his administration will let health insurers extend existing health plans on the individual and small-group markets into 2014. The President made the announcement in a news conference with reporters at the White House.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- It's estimated half a million Arkansans are uninsured. On Wednesday, we learned that just 250 have been able to enroll in health insurance on healthcare.gov since it launched more than a month ago.
President Obama calls former President Bill Clinton the "Secretary of Explaining Stuff" because of his plain spoken ways. That's why the former president's criticism of a part of the Affordable Care Act is getting a lot of attention.
WASHINGTON, DC -- The White House is working on a report which will show just how many people signed up for health insurance under the affordable care act in its first month. It will be released this week and CBS News has learned the numbers will be very low.
NEW YORK -- Imagine getting a divorce to pay less in healthcare. One New York couple will likely choose that path now that Obamacare is available.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- If you're still looking for information about your options under the Affordable Care Act, there's an opportunity today.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- It's been one month since the Affordable Care Act went into effect. Springfield insurance agent Trevor Croley helps answer remaining questions.
DALLAS --The White House is launching new campaign to talk up the Affordable Care Act. The efforts start this week with President Obama visiting volunteers in Dallas.
WASHINGTON, DC -- We might be getting our best idea yet as to why the government won't release the early enrollment figures for Healthcare.gov.
WASHINGTON, DC --Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius apologized for the "miserably frustrating" problems with the website during a 3 1/2-hour congressional grilling.
WASHINGTON, DC. -- It turns outs out the White House administration knew the Obamacare website would not be ready when it was scheduled to be rolled out and now lawmakers want answers.
The White House is pushing for young people to enroll in Obamacare. What they are doing to motivate them and why the Obama Administration says its so important.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- CoxHealth is giving families an opportunity to learn about their options in the healthcare marketplace. It's part of Family Fun Day tomorrow. (Sat., Oct. 19)
ARKANSAS--Just weeks since enrollment began for the Affordable Care Act and 56, 000 people told the Arkansas Department of Health they want to be a part of the Arkansas Health Care Independence Program.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Problems linger one week since the Affordable Care website opened for business.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Families who rely on help from the federal government to feed their children healthy foods, won't see their WIC benefits cut off - at least for now.
MISSOURI -- The Affordable Care Act hoped to cover more poor Americans by requiring states to expand Medicaid, but 26 states, including Missouri, declined to go to that expense, creating a coverage gap.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missourians have started signing up for health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act. But health officials believe many don't know they can.
SPRINGDALE, Ark. - The Arkansas Health Care exchange opened Tuesday, allowing the uninsured to enroll in a plan covering essential benefits, pre-existing conditions and more.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Like it or not, today is the day - October 1, the first day Americans can enroll for affordable health care known as Obamacare. Here to help us sort through it all are several local experts.
Even with the government shutdown, a key part of the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare, begins today.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- The health care law requires many insurance plans to cover things like pap smears, mammograms and flu shots at no cost.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Although Arkansas has a ban on gay marriage, many Arkansas employers must now manage certain retirement plans, health insurance plans and other workplace benefits to include same-sex couples.
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- When Americans start shopping on the state-based exchanges next month, a couple of big insurers will likely be MIA.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A national leader in healthcare information technology urges Missouri lawmakers to understand technology is a key to Medicaid and general healthcare reform.
SPRINGDALE, Ark. -- Former President Bill Clinton is in Little Rock Wednesday explaining the Affordable Care Act to Arkansans.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Former President Bill Clinton, once dubbed America's "secretary of explaining stuff" by President Obama, laid out a rigorous defense of the Affordable Care Act on Wednesday, urging supporters and detractors of the health care reform law to work together on its implementation instead of refighting the "same old battles."
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- The Arkansas Health Insurance Marketplace Board of Directors named an interim chairman and selected a website name during its first meeting Monday in Little Rock.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Nearly 300,000 uninsured Missourians qualify for the subsidized insurance in what is being called "the marketplace."
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Uninsured Arkansans can begin signing up for health insurance coverage in just over a month.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Physician's assistants require doctor supervision for more than half the time they work, but a new Missouri bill that goes into affect in August will reduce that time and potentially provide patients with more healthcare options.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- We're within about three months of the opening of enrollment in Missouri's health insurance exchange program, but studies show many eligible Missourians don't know what to expect.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Local employers learn the latest information about the 3-year-old healthcare reform law.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Gov. Jay Nixon announced Thursday that the state of Missouri will not establish state level health care exchanges, as required by the 2010 federal health care law.