Customers of the largest state-run Obamacare exchange can see price cuts if they move out of their current plans.» Read More
Price cuts, which may hurt pharmaceutical margins, are fundamentally better for consumers, said Dr. Steve Miller of Express Scripts.
A huge breach at health insurer Anthem illustrates the magnitude of the danger companies face, Lookout founder John Hering tells CNBC.
When a big data breach hit Target, shoppers headed to other stores. Now Anthem is in a similar position, but switching insurers is more complicated.
Anthem is offering free credit monitoring after a major hack that may have affected 80 million records.
Anthem has disclosed that a database containing personal information for about 80 million of its customers and employees was hacked, CNBC has confirmed.
Aetna raised its 2015 forecast for operating earnings after enrollment increased 6 percent last year.
As health-care out-of-pocket costs rise, people can save by shopping around, but significant transparency hurdles remain.
Web-based insurance brokers don't have a desired tool to help boost Obamacare enrollments despite asking for it for more than a year.
Congressional Republicans are creating a group to draw up a replacement for the still controversial health-care reform law.
A top California insurer and health-care system operator is calling members who haven't vaccinated their kids for measles to urge them to do so.
Obama administration officials have partnered with large tax preparers and nonprofits to educate people about the tax effects of Obamacare.
Most Americans want a fix put in place if the Supreme Court invalidates financial aid to HealthCare.gov customers, a Kaiser poll finds.
Sign-ups for Obamacare plans are well on track to beat official estimates for the end of the year, with more than two weeks of enrollment left.
The Obama administration approved Indiana's plan to provide Medicaid benefits to nearly all poor adults, with some cost-sharing features.
All but one of the Obamacare insurance co-ops are losing money, and one in the Midwest is set to be put out of business.
The Obama administration said more Medicare payments will be linked to the value given patients, as opposed to a fee for services.
Obamacare customers who are white, live in the South and have modest incomes would be the big losers if the Supreme Court kills HealthCare.gov subsidies.
A large minority of insured people don't know what's covered by their health plans, and many skip doctors visits because of cost concerns, a study finds.
Total enrollment for 2015 now exceeds 7 million on the federal Obamacare exchange.
An official report faults HealthCare.gov's operator for failing to perform key management tasks in hiring and overseeing the site's contractors.
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