President Donald Trump last week cut off cost-sharing reduction reimbursements worth billions of dollars to Obamacare insurers. » Read More
Ipsita Smolinski, managing director and health care analyst at Capitol Street, discusses President Trump's comments on health insurers and CSR payments and the impact on insurers' stocks. » Read More
The Trump administration last week stopped paying insurers cost-sharing reduction reimbursements. » Read More
The proposal would fund billions of dollars worth of Obamacare reimbursements to insurers, which Trump cut off last week. » Read More
Trump is the wildcard for 2018 insurance rates, Vox reports.
Scott Flanders, the CEO of EHealth, is planning to launch new, temporary health insurance plans in a couple weeks. CNBC's Bertha Coombs talks to Flanders about the rollout.
With Obamacare premiums set to see a big spike for 2018, online health insurance broker eHealth is out with a new insurance offering.
CNBC's John Harwood reports on the bipartisan deal between Senators Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) and Patty Murray (D-Wash.) on federal health insurance subsidies.
President Trump last week killed bllions of dollars of payments to insurers.
Ana Gupte, senior health care services analyst at Leerink Partners, discusses UnitedHealth's earnings beat even after President Trump passed an executive order on health care and criticized prescription drug prices.
Insurers in Florida alone will lose about $200 million, and California insurers will lose about $107 million because of Trump's decision.
Trump doesn't understand who he is hurting most by cutting Obamacare subsidies, says Consultant Robert Laszewski.
UnitedHealth, the largest U.S. health insurer, reported a 26.3 percent rise in quarterly profit, driven by growth across its businesses.
Trump says he will "look into" a report about Rep. Tom Marino pushing a bill that was opposed by the DEA.
Trump made a series of questionable statements about health care days after taking steps that are expected to damage Obamacare markets.
Without the subsidies, Medicaid will remain the best option for many Americans, defeating the purpose of the cuts, says Dr. Jim Rickards.
The AICPA National CPA Financial Literacy Commission offers 10 year-end moneywise tips for a fresh financial start in 2018.
U.S. President Donald Trump will hurt low-income Americans by doing away with Obamacare subsidies and make it harder for him to engage in bipartisan talks with Democrats as Congress edges toward a possible government shutdown, lawmakers said on Sunday.
Insurers have relied on billions of dollars in subsidies to offset discounts they give low-income customers.
The poll comes on the heels of the Trump administration decision to stop paying insurers billions of dollars in Obamacare reimbursements.
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