For Cigna, Wind Down of Iraq and Afghanistan Wars Is a Headwind
The company's international unit has been a major supplier to contracts in those operations.
Aetna Rises After WSJ Reports CVS in Talks to Buy Insurer
Anthem recently agreed to work with CVS to set up a pharmacy benefits manager of its own.
Republicans Push New Deal on ACA Subsidy Payments, Ending Mandates
The Hatch-Brady proposal would increase HSA contribution limits.
Trump Says He Had to Undermine Affordable Care Act to Force Changes
The president says he had to take extreme measures to get Democrats and Republicans to talk to each other.
Trump Threatens Individual Health Chaos as He Cuts Off Insurer Subsidy
The administration says it will immediately stop making the subsidy program payments.
Trump Religion Rule Curbs Obama Administration Birth Control Coverage
Officials say employers can opt out of the requirement for moral, rather than religious, reasons.
Insurers Join Hospitals, Doctors Opposing Graham-Cassidy ACA Bill
AHIP and the Blues say the bill would leave the health insurer tax in place.
Anthem to Sell ACA Exchange Plans in Virginia to Fill Gap
The company is filling voids left by the retreat of Optima Health.
ACA Exchange Heavyweight Anthem Mulls Retreat From More States
The insurer seems firm on returning to Colorado, New Hampshire and New York.
Trump `Republicans, Sorry' Tweet Casts Doubt on ACA De-funding
Alexander is pushing for a narrow, bipartisan stabilization effort.