Insurer Oscar's New Strategy Helps to Narrow Loss
Enrollment has fallen to 90,171 as of March 31, from 106,000 a year earlier.
Cigna Wins Judge's Approval to Walk Away From Anthem Merger
A Delaware judge says there's evidence Cigna may have dragged its feet.
Aetna Is Latest Health Insurer to Quit ACA Public Exchange System
The company might sell off-exchange individual coverage in Nebraska.
ACA Exchange Premiums Rise as Insurers Fret Over Law's Shaky Future
Maryland's Blue Cross and Blue Shield carrier wants an increase of at least 50%.
Health Investors Shrug as GOP Bill Faces Tough Road in Senate
Investors assume the ACA change effort will get watered down in the Senate, an analyst says.
Medica May Exit Iowa, Leaving Many Without ACA Exchange Options
Greg Bury says someone has to step in and create some stability.
Aetna to Quit Virginia's ACA Exchange as CEO Limits Risk
The company will leave Virginia's off-exchange market as well as HealthCare.gov.
Molina Ousts Family Leadership, Sparking Takeover Speculation
The chairman says the board made the change as a result of disappointing financial results.
UnitedHealth Bets on Medicare, Medicaid After ACA Exchange Exit
The health insurer benefited from a lack of distraction from major acquisitions.
Trump Threatens Health Subsidies to Poor to Force Talks
Trump suggests tax changes could come before health system changes.