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Customers of the largest state-run Obamacare exchange can see price cuts if they move out of their current plans.
These challenges could lead more of them to turn over operations to the federal government or join forces with other states.
One large pharmacy benefit manager warns that costs from new PCSK9 drugs could reach as high as $150 billion annually.
Biogen shares sank after it lowered its 2015 forecast on slower-than-anticipated growth of its multiple sclerosis blockbuster Tecfidera.
Anthem said on Friday it would buy Cigna in a deal valued at $54.2 billion, creating the largest U.S. health insurer.
Three-D printing could make life a lot easier and affordable for some, Autodesk's Andreas Bastian says.
Health-care stocks are batting 12 for 12 in beating earnings estimates. Will the streak last?
Mark Tucker, CEO of AIA, says the diversification in products and geographies help the insurer to post a 21 percent rise in the value of new business for the first half of 2015.
HealthCare.gov's boss is urging state insurance regulators to consider factors that could weigh against big price increases.
A big Supreme Court decision could lead many states to throw in the towel about running an Obamacare exchange.
A man bitten by a rattlesnake this month says he received a $153,000 hospital bill.
About 12 million people claimed they were exempt from the law obligating they have health coverage.
Aetna has severed ties with a agent who sold hundreds of heavily subsidized health plans to homeless people.
Health plans sold on Obamacare exchanges on average have 34 percent fewer hospitals and doctors available than other options.
UnitedHealth may not be in the hunt to acquire a rival, but industry consolidation will be a big topic when it releases earnings.
Five audits detailed mistakes in almost two-thirds of payments the government made.
Just 11.4 percent of Americans lack health insurance, a nearly 6 percentage-point plunge since 2013.
American women are spending less out of pocket for birth control, with more savings on the horizon.
Blue Shield of California had stowed away more than $4 billion, an amount that raised concerns for state tax regulators.
Amid a big era for consolidation in the health insurance sector, will the M&A wave spur more deals?
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