healthcare.gov

WANTED for the New Healthcare Exchanges: Young People

The nascent effort now underway to enroll millions of Americans in health insurance plans via recently opened exchanges has been well received among a particular segment of the population: uninsured Americans over the age of 45. Although they represent 43% of all adults online, collectively they accounted for approximately 56% of all visitors to both the federal (healthcare.gov) and various state-run exchanges in November were over 45.

Sunday Series: Healthcare.gov Traffic Gives Large Boost to Insurance Category

If you were following current events during the month of October then you are probably aware of one of the top stories – the government shutdown and the launch of healthcare.gov, the acting portal of the Affordable Care Act. Knowing this, it’s not surprising that the “Insurance & Physicians” category made our list of fast moving categories.

A Bleak First Week: 99.6% of Healthcare.gov Visitors Did NOT Enroll in Obamacare

Since October 1st, Americans living in the 50 states and Washington, D.C. can purchase healthcare through exchanges as part of the Affordable Care Act (also known as Obamacare.) Little information has been made available by the administration on the level of interest these exchanges have received or more importantly the number of consumers who actually enrolled, although the rollout has been plagued with widespread reports of system outages and bugs.

A Compete Analysis of Obamacare

Healthcare has been all over the news as of late. Between the shutdown of our government and the constant news reports, I’d say it’s pretty close to impossible to not hear about the stalemate on the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. Despite your thoughts on healthcare reform, it is also hard to deny the impact that the news has had on Internet behavior.