Obama Health Care Law Hinges On Latino Enrollment, Though Many Still Confused

Obama Health Care Law Hinges On Latino Enrollment, Though Many Still Confused

Mary Mata October 1, 2013

By Brian Llenas, Fox News Latino The debut of the Affordable Care Act’s Health Insurance Marketplaces on Tuesday starts the clock on a six month race for the Obama administration […]

Obamacare Explained: How to Use the Internet for Health Care

Mary Mata

By Fran Berkman, Mashable If it’s for sale, you can probably get in on the Internet. Health care is the newest commodity to become widely available to United States residents […]

Obamacare Spanish-Language Enrollment Website Delayed Until Mid-October

Mary Mata September 27, 2013

By Fox News Latino In another delay for the Affordable Care Act, White House officials quietly told Hispanic groups on Wednesday that the Spanish-language version of the healthcare.gov website will […]

Health care administrators: Where are the Latino role models?

Mary Mata August 20, 2013

By Hope Gillette, Saludify Latinos make up approximately 3 percent of hospital board members in the United States, according to the American Hospital Association (AHA), while approximately 90 percent of […]

Latina Leaders: From East LA to the White House, trying to improve the health of Latinos

Mary Mata August 15, 2013

By Kristina Puga, NBCLatino Dr. Elena Rios is much more than a doctor of internal medicine. She says ever since she was a teenager in her hometown of East LA, she […]

Healthcare an Obstacle as GOP Courts Latinos

Mary Mata April 1, 2013

By Noam N. Levey,  Los Angeles Times As Republican leaders try to woo Latino voters with a new openness to legal status for the nation’s illegal immigrants, the party remains […]

Latinos in the 113th Congress

Mary Mata January 29, 2013

By Silvia Manzano, Latinovations The 113th Congress includes a record number of thirty-eight Latinos elected officials. These notable numbers have both policy and political implications for the future of Latino […]