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Report: More than 29K Iowans signed up for health insurance

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A new federal report says more than 29,000 Iowans signed up for health insurance in the six months since the federal marketplace was launched. More>>

More than 15,000 Iowans signed up under Affordable Care Act

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A new report says more than 15,000 Iowans have signed up for private health insurance plans using the federal enrollment website. More>>

Beware! Health insurance scam may be reaching eastern Iowa

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With the Affordable Care Act enrollment deadline coming up on March 31, health insurance is on many people's minds. Unfortunately, that includes people who might use this opportunity to take advantage of others. More>>

10,000 Iowans still waiting for healthcare

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According to state officials, about 10,000 Iowans are still waiting for a health insurance plan.Amy Lorentzen McCoy, spokeswoman for the Iowa Department of Human Services (DHS), said those Iowans who are waiting applied for a policy online at www.healthcare.gov.She said the problem with the federal applications is that officials with www.healthcare.gov aren't sending over enough information to get approved through Iowa's system.She said instead officials are sending over "flat files" that do ... More>>

Buy health insurance before Tuesday deadline

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Iowa residents are hurrying to buy health insurance on the federal marketplace website before a looming coverage deadline. More>>

More than 750 Iowans enrolled in federal health care marketplace

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Just over 750 Iowa residents have enrolled in private health insurance plans using the federal marketplace website. More>>

Obama health care announcement to have little Iowa impact

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Iowa Insurance Commissioner Nick Gerhart says the state will feel little impact from President Barack Obama's announcement regarding policy cancellations. More>>

Govt.: Just 136 Iowa residents enrolled in insurance exchange

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New data from the Obama administration shows that just 136 Iowa residents have successfully enrolled in health insurance plans using the troubled federal website. More>>

Iowa insurer says Healthcare.gov website improving

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One of the two Iowa carriers offering policies on the government website says the situation is improving. More>>

Grassley: Only 5 in D.C. signed up for health insurance exchange

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Two Republican senators say just five people have enrolled in health insurance plans through the District of Columbia's new insurance exchange. More>>

Report: 127,000 Iowans eligible for health insurance tax credits

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A new national report estimates that 127,000 people in Iowa are eligible for tax credits that would help cover the cost of health insurance on the new online marketplaces. More>>

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