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Americans seniors are in worse health and under greater financial pressure from medical costs than counterparts in 10 other industrialized nations.
It's uncharted territory. Employers worry how many will sign up for health-care coverage this year.
A year after an epically awful open enrollment launched, Obamacare exchanges such as HealthCare.gov seem to be performing well.
Germany's Merck KGaA said Monday it struck an alliance over cancer immunotherapy drugs with Pfizer, triggering an upfront payment of $850 million by the U.S. drugmaker.
Starting Saturday, millions of Americans will begin to either re-enroll, or sign-up for the first time, for insurance plans at HealthCare.gov. Here's what investors need to know.
Obamacare's small business health marketplaces are likely to fall well short of the 2 million enrollees projected for 2014, a GAO report suggests.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson explains how different types of consumers should approach life insurance plans on NBC's 'Today' show.
HealthCare.gov allows window-shopping on Obamacare plans that go on sale Saturday, and data suggest that price increases, if any, will be modest.
Health-care spending is costlier than you think, according to a new Deloitte study. But there are ways to lower your bill.
Humana said that profit fell as it invested in the Obamacare health exchanges and health contracts, and paid for costly hepatitis C treatments.
Want to know what's giving health stocks confidence in profit forecasts? Like it or not, it's the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare.
Many Americans spend more time picking a TV than they do a health-care plan. How to make sure you're getting a good value during open enrollment.
CNBC consumer reporter Kelli Grant offers tips on making the most of this year's open enrollment season.
Federal authorities are investigating whether officials at the agency that runs Medicare leaked information that landed with Wall Street traders.
People in employer-sponsored health plans spent an average of 3.9 percent more on medical services in 2013, but actually used less such services.
Health care has been on a tear in 2014, and there is still room for upside. Wall Street analysts are focusing on the following four trends.
President Obama embraced Ebola nurse Nina Pham in the Oval Office at the White House after she was declared free of the often-deadly virus.
Will Sam’s Club's health insurance exchange prompt small-business owners to offer insurance through the wholesaler, rather than opt for SHOP exchanges?
Language in contracts health insurers must sign to sell coverage on HealthCare.gov will let them terminate their plans if premium subsidies cease.
U.S. drugmaker Pfizer's new $11 billion share repurchase plan is deflating expectations that it will make a new bid for AstraZeneca.
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