GOP Health Bill's $13,000 Deductibles Would Be Illegal, CBO Says
The bill could increase the number of uninsured people by 22 million, analysts estimate.
Health Insurers' Next Affordable Care Act Scare Is Just Two Days Away
President Trump is threatening to withhold cost-sharing reduction subsidy payments.
Insurance Startup Expands in Medicare With ACA in Limbo
Bright Health could offer ordinary individual major medical in Birmingham.
Low-Cost Health Insurance Limits Access to Top Cancer Doctors
Consultants look at one possible indicator of the clash between affordability and quality.
Three GOP Senators Oppose Health Care Bill, Enough to Block It
Susan Collins says the Better Care bill does not appear to fix the Affordable Care Act's problems.
Cigna Bets on Seniors, Employers for Future Without Anthem
One investor day attendee asked about the possibility of a deal with Humana.
Four GOP Senators Spurn Health Plan Aimed at Unifying Party
Changes that could win over some senators could push others away.
Bucking Trend, Insurer Centene Expands ACA Exchange Coverage
Centene says it's focusing on markets where it has an adequate provider network.
Anthem's ACA Exchange Exit Could Leave 300,000 Without Options
Anthem now has about 1.1 million exchange plan enrollees in 14 states.
New York Health Insurers Ask for 16.6% Boost to ACA Exchange Rates
As many as 16 carriers could sell coverage through NY State of Health in 2018.