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The health care industry and millions of Americans are worried about potential changes to the Affordable Care Act.
At the New York Times' DealBook Conference, CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin speaks with Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini about health insurance and the possibility of the Trump administration repealing Obamacare.
"Most Americans hate their insurance and they hate the health-care system. It's unaffordable and it needs to be fixed," Aetna's Mark Bertolini says.
Whether Donald Trump repeals Obamacare or simply fixes it, either way, the system needs restructuring, Centene chief Michael Neidorff tells CNBC.
Trump has promised that one of the first things he will do as president is to repeal Obamacare. What would that look like?
More than $125 million has been spent over an initiative to bar state agencies from paying more for drugs than the Veterans Affairs Department pays.
Just 4 percent of people can define all four terms that determine how much they would pay out of pocket for health services.
Drugmaker Mylan may have overcharged hospitals that serve significant numbers of poor people for lifesaving anti-allergy devices.
Colorado voters will consider Amendment 69, a referendum that would create a first-in-the-nation, single-payer health system called Coloradocare, next week.
Anthem said sales of Obamacare plans have been disappointing to date, and the company could pull back its business in those plans in 2018.
There were 50 percent more applications filed on the largest Obamacare exchange than were filed during the first day of open enrollment last year.
The Republican presidential nominee is hoping that stories about rising Obamacare rates will help him with voters next Tuesday.
It's finally time to choose your workplace benefits and health-care insurance for 2017. Here's how to make sure you pick the right plan.
Jonathan Cohn, "Sick" author, and former Gov. Judd Gregg, (R-N.H.), talk about the pros and cons of the Affordable Care Act.
Enrollment runs from Tuesday through Jan. 31. Most Americans must have some form of health coverage during 2017 or face a tax penalty.
Half of the people who buy health plans through government-run Obamacare marketplaces are cutting back on care to manage costs.
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