Currently under Obamacare, insurers can deduct only up to $500,000 of executive compensation on their taxes.
Obamacare currently caps at $500,000 the amount of an executive's compensation that an insurer can deduct as a business expense.
Health insurers would be allowed to deduct their executives' salaries from their taxes, and not just the first $500,000.
U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz of Utah said lower-income Americans should stop buying expensive gadgets and focus on investing in their own health care.
Ana Gupte, Leerink Partners, discusses what repealing Obamacare could mean for insurers and health care stocks.
The president said 2017 will be a "catastrophic year for Obamacare for patients," citing rising premiums as a factor, NBC News reports.
Former Aetna CEO Ron Williams weighs in on what changes could be ahead for the Affordable Care Act and consumers.
Shares of Aetna trimmed losses Friday, pending news that the company was raising its divided and authorizing a share repurchase.
UnitedHealth denies allegations it gamed the nation's Medicare system for hundreds of millions of dollars.
Ipsita Smolinski, Capitol Street and Bertha Coombs, CNBC, weigh in on what fallout to expect to see for United Health and for the rest of the health insurance industry.
Obamacare repeal and failed insurance mergers have been dominating health-care headlines, but some surprise stock winners may emerge.
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This is occurring even as the Trump administration issues new rules to try to stabilize the Obamacare exchanges.
Open enrollment would run from November through Dec. 15, and states would have control over the size of an insurance plan's network.
In the wake of Humana's comment, President Donald Trump tweeted that the insurer's decision was another example of Obamacare's failure.
Last week, a federal judge blocked the deal, saying it would lead to higher prices and reduced competition.
Humana releases its guidance after calling off its merger with Aetna. Also, Cigna sues Anthem, seeking reverse termination fee. CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports.
Health insurer Aetna and rival Humana say they have mutually ended their $34 billion merger agreement.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports the latest on Aetna and Humana ending their merger agreement after a court sided with the Justice Department objections to the combination.
Humana, Aetna, Credit Suisse, and Popeyes stocks are making headlines this Valentine's day.