The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act requires states to implement health insurance exchanges by 2014.
The majority of states have received establishment grants from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. But others, including a few receiving grants, are participating in lawsuits aimed at blocking the legislation.
Governing is tracking each state's implementation of bill, shown in the map below:
Some South Florida doctors are listed in provider networks but refused to see patients who bought their coverage on the ACA exchange.
Washington, D.C.'s health insurance tax plan triggers a pushback from insurance companies.
Giving up on red tape, health care providers turn to a cash-cased model, “direct primary care," to cut costs.