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Aetna's departure from Connecticut would mark the state's second loss of major Fortune 500 firm.
Big changes are expected in Obamacare's subsidy structure, Medicaid, and rules mandating that Americans get and be offered health coverage.
Senate Republicans plan to release their version of health care reform legislation at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, two senators said.
The departures come on the heels of Anthem's announcement that it will effectively exit Ohio's Obamacare market in 2018.
Even in heavily Republican districts, people don't like provisions of the House health-care bill.
Biotech stocks are on pace for their best weekly performance of 2017, as investors feel relief after word from Washington.
Biotech has already outperformed the broader market year to date, rising 30 percent in the period.
The real reason the GOP is keeping their health care bill a secret? They know you won't like the answers, writes Vox's Ezra Klein.
Doctors are using new technologies to help boost organ transplant surgeries in the US that are now at a record high.
As Republicans write health-care legislation behind closed doors, business owners have become more hesitant to support the GOP effort.
U.S. Senate Republicans plan to unveil the text of their draft health-care bill on Thursday.
As health insurers approach the deadline to file individual health insurance plan rates, there are still plenty of moving parts.
House Speaker Paul Ryan incorrectly said that Iowa would have counties that lack an insurance provider on the Obamacare exchange.
Donald Trump plans to make good on drug pricing promises, but any action may be weeks away.
Waivers allowing states to opt out of Affordable Care Act regulations may violate Senate rules, according to Axios.
Executives like Tim Cook, Eric Schmidt and Jeff Bezos had an opportunity to shape the Trump administration's thinking, Recode reports.
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