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About 2 million people have signed up for Obamacare health insurance plans for 2016.
Expansion of coverage and increased spending on retail prescription drugs spurred a six-year-high spike.
Customers at a New York eatery have to pay a 3% surcharge on their bills to offset health coverage costs for the restaurant's workers.
The national conversation on drug prices is getting louder, and patients increasingly want a voice in that discussion.
After UnitedHealth warned it may exit Obamacare exchanges in 2017, its rivals Friday reaffirmed earnings forecasts.
Ezekiel Emanuel, a former health policy advisor, tells CNBC the plans offered on government-run exchanges need to be more affordable in order to boost participation rates.
UnitedHealth's threatened exit from Obamacare is just the tip of the iceberg, says Robert Laszewski. The administration needs to stop the bleeding.
Scott Gottlieb, American Enterprise Institute, shares his thoughts on why he thinks coverage in the health exchanges will eventually transition into a Medicaid-like product.
Ezekiel Emanuel, University of Pennsylvania, provides perspective on what's ahead for the Affordable Care Act after UnitedHealth announces it's considering an exit from the exchanges.
UnitedHealth offers plans in 24 states and covers half a million Americans, making it the largest health insurance company in the U.S.
Other insurers face financial pressure from Obamacare plans, but the market has seen a net increase in the number of plans sold for 2016.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discusses the likely outcome if UnitedHealth were to exit the healthcare exchanges set up by the Affordable Care Act.
UnitedHealth cut its full-year profit forecast due to continued pressure on its Obamacare plans for individuals.
90 percent of Asian consumers believe they lack the financial resources to fund their future care needs, according to a new survey from Swiss Re.
There's one new tax-planning tool that more American workers are using, but not always in a way that maximizes the financial benefits.
Open enrollment runs through Jan. 31. Officials expect about 10 million nationally to be enrolled by December 2016.
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