Key insurer Centene plans to expand health exchange presence
Centene Corp. says it will begin offering Affordable Care Act coverage next year in insurance exchanges in Missouri, Kansas and Nevada at a time other insurers are pulling out of such marketplaces
Medica weighs staying in Iowa's health exchange next year
Iowa's last health care insurer to sell policies to individuals statewide through the federal Affordable Care Act says it needs to know more about how the state's insurance market will function next year before making a final promise to stay
Iowa may be first state with no health insurers on exchange
Iowa's insurance commissioner is proposing a plan he thinks could keep Iowa from becoming the first state to lose all of its health care insurance carriers offering policies on the Affordable Care Act exchange next year
Speaker Ryan calls House health care bill 'rescue mission,' says GOP is 'keeping our word'
Speaker Paul Ryan sits down with George Stephanopoulos for his first interview since the House passed the GOP's health care bill.
Fact-checking President Donald Trump's address to a joint session of Congress
During his address to a joint session of Congress Tuesday night, President Donald Trump made a number of claims about a range of issues, including unemployment and immigration. Throughout the speech, a team of journalists from ABC News identified questionable statements and provided context, detail
Aetna CEO Says He Was Shocked By How Little Some Employees Were Paid: Part 6
Mark Bertolini's company Aetna raised salaries to at least $16 an hour, among other improvements for employees.
Why Health Care Premiums Are Rising Under Obamacare
The Obama administration acknowledged on Monday that premiums for its popular health care plans will rise substantially next year, another hiccup for the president’s signature law, the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare . Insurers are set to raise the premiums for plans sold through
Income and Health Insurance Coverage in the US Rise, Poverty Drops
The median U.S. household income rose 5.2 percent last year, its first significant yearly increase since 2007 when the so-called Great Recession realigned the global economy, according to new data released today by the U.S. Census Bureau. The number of people living in poverty fell from 14.8
Aetna to Cut Nearly 70% of Obamacare Plans in 2017
In a move that will reduce choices for customers and potentially drive up prices, health insurance giant Aetna said that it will cut its participation in health care exchanges set up by President Obama’s health care reforms. The company will reduce the number of counties it serves on the exchanges