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WellPoint bet big Obamacare, and investors expect the nation's largest provider of Blue Cross plans to report large membership gains.
The federal patient privacy watchdog obtained a $1.7 million settlement for lax data security practices from a leading health treatment provider. This may only be a taste of things to come.
According to a Gallup poll, Obamacare helped 10 million Americans to get new health insurance, making the percentage of insured people plummet.
UnitedHealth Group's earnings outlook will be limited, according to Citi analyst Carl McDonald, who downgraded shares of the nation's largest insurer to "neutral" from "buy."
Philadelphia's high hospital admission rate is being eyed by a new health-care joint venture as an opportunity for profit.
A massive prescription database is hoping it can introduce clarity and transparency to the prescription drugs market.
The insurance industry is bracing for the Obama administration's final Medicare Advantage rate cuts for 2015, which will be announced late Monday.
Only 52 percent of full-time workers under 30 took part in employer-sponsored health plans, according to ADP's 2014 health benefits report.
President Obama provides how the Affordable Care Act has already begun changing the lives of Americans. He announces 7.1 million Americans have now signed up for private insurance plans through the Obamacare marketplaces.
The Obama administration's health care website stumbled early Monday, falling out of service for nearly four hours on deadline day for sign-ups.
Maryland is close to dropping its $125.5 million online health care insurance exchange, according to a report by The Washington Post.
The Supreme Court will consider whether businesses can object to a law that requires employers to provide insurance that covers birth control.
People who already started the process of signing up for insurance under the Affordable Care Act may get a little more time to finish enrolling.
As Americans rush to sign up for Obamacare plans before the March 31 deadline, investors have turned bullish on health insurers.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports the troubling factors of Monday's 4.4 magnitude earthquake in Los Angeles.
Affordable Care Act enrollment has accelerated in most states over the past few weeks, but the numbers are still way behind targets.
The danger of unexpected costs is leading many insurers to try to get a sense of Obamacare enrollees' health status as quickly as possible.
There will be no delay in penalty for missing the health care enrollment deadline, U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said.
Although large employers are committed to providing their workers with health benefits now, the looming 'Cadillac' tax raises questions about the future.
The Obama administration will allow consumers to extend health insurance plans that fail to comply with the healthcare law beyond 2014.
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