WASHINGTON, D.C. — Just as open enrollment for Obamacare in 2017 wraps up in January, a newly elected president and Congress will try to unravel the insurance program. So should you bother signing up at all? And if you like your coverage at the start of 2017, will you be able to keep it through 2017? Yes and probably yes, say healthcare authorities.  “Our position is the same as it was in 2016: You signed a contract and you paid your bills. You should get a service,” said David Hopcraft, communications director for…

Obamacare’s Open Enrollment Begins Tomorrow. Here Are 7 Things You Should Know. All eyes in the U.S. are probably on the upcoming presidential election in just over one week’s time, but open-enrollment season for the Affordable Care Act, which you probably know better as Obamacare, can be just as important for millions of Americans. Open enrollment is slated to kick off tomorrow, Nov. 1, 2016, and run for three months. The latest update from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid…