Guest Post: 3 Ways the ACA Will Change Your Health Care Coverage in 2014

April 1, 2014

By Emily Newhook The implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) means big changes in 2014, including the way many young Americans pay for doctor’s appointments and other health care expenses. Here are three facets of the law that take … Continue reading

It’s GO Time!

March 31, 2014

By Perry Sacks It’s time to G.O.T.E. — Get Out the Enrollment! Around the office, we’re calling it Go Time. Because it’s true! This is the final push – the last day you can get covered this year before the … Continue reading

Issue Brief: Young LGBTQ Adults and the ACA

March 27, 2014

How does the Affordable Care Act impact young LGBTQ adults? You’d be surprised! Click here to download the full brief. When you’re finished getting all the details, check out our infographic!

The Economics of Preventive Care

March 25, 2014

By Perry Sacks Today, the Supreme Court will hear arguments on a major case impacting young women’s health and economic security – access to birth control. Two companies, Hobby Lobby, an art supply store, and Conestoga Wood, a furniture manufacturer, … Continue reading

3 Reasons Why You Can’t Miss Out on the Healthy Young America App Sweepstakes

March 6, 2014

By Spencer Dixon By now, you may have heard about the changes that have arrived to the health care system, as well as some of discounts you could receive to make health insurance more affordable. But did you know you … Continue reading

How do young African Americans fare under the ACA?

February 3, 2014

Check out this fun infographic to find out!

Want all the details? Check out our full fact sheet here!

Fact Sheet: Young African Americans and the Affordable Care Act

How does the Affordable Care Act impact young African Americans? You’d be surprised! Click here to download the full fact sheet! When you’re finished getting all the details, check out our infographic!

Health Insurance Questions? ZocDoc has Answers!

January 16, 2014

The healthcare world is changing. As millions of young people get new insurance plans for the first time, consumers will turn to online tools to understand what these plans cover, where to go for care and how to use insurance. … Continue reading

They said we didn’t want health care … the numbers…

January 14, 2014

They said we didn’t want health care … the numbers say otherwise :)

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Guest Post: Pre-Existing Conditions and Peace of Mind

December 10, 2013

By Vivian Nguyen I graduated from UC Berkeley in May of 2013 and like many other 22 year-olds, I didn’t have a full-time job with health benefits right away. While I gained valuable work experience through a summer internship, I … Continue reading