A Social Security cost-of-living increase and Medicare could change your benefits in 2018. » Read More
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The final bill would let itemizers deduct medical expenses in 2017 and 2018 that exceed 7.5 percent of their adjusted gross income. » Read More
Centene's unit had admitted having inadequate networks of covered doctors for its Obamacare plans in Washington. » Read More
MBIA says it is exposed to almost $4 billion, but hasn’t yet taken a hit on defaulted debt.
Obamacare is under threat from politicians. Here's how the affordable care act can work for employers, says industry veteran Denny Weinberg.
AIG fell nearly 2 percent after the company reported weaker-than-expected quarterly earnings.
Volvo has plans to bring driverless cars to the masses and will start a public pilot program from 2017 in London.
AIG missed estimates with first-quarter adjusted earnings of 65 cents per share, but continued to cut expenses.
AIG sold a chunk of its stake in China's PICC for $1.25 billion, joining other big financial companies in stepping away from holdings on the mainland.
David Cole, CFO of Swiss Re, talks about the company's Q1 earnings results.
Aetna CEO and Chairman Mark Bertolini talked to CNBC about earnings, drug prices and needed changes to Obamacare.
Marilyn Tavenner's predictions come as insurers are preparing to submit their proposed 2017 rates.
Travelers reported a 17 percent drop in profit on Thursday as catastrophe losses nearly doubled, mainly due to hail storms in Texas in late March.
If you signed up for a UnitedHealth Group plan on an Obamacare exchange for 2016, don't count on renewing your coverage next year if you live in Connecticut, Michigan, or dozens of other states.
UnitedHealth's earnings set the tone for the health sector, and this quarterly report may be even more of a bellwether than usual.
CNBC's Diana Olick looks at a new product from ValueInsured aimed at protecting homeowners' downpayment from falling home prices; and speaks with Joe Melendez, ValueInsured CEO, and Barry Zigas, Zigas & Associates LLC founder.
The new primary care payment model will affect up to 25 million patients, and 20,000 doctors by tying patient outcomes to Medicare payments.
Federal regulators' decision to designate insurer MetLife as "too big to fail" was "arbitrary and capricious," a U.S. judge wrote.
Is the biotech industry having a good year or a slow one? Expert analysts weigh in on CNBC's "Power Lunch."
Almost 90 percent of doctors' visits are booked over the phone, even as online scheduling dominates many other services.
Gaston Gelos, chief of the global financial stability division of the IMF, says risk in the insurance sector is growing, but is lower than in banking.
Most retirees rely on Social Security for retirement income, but few realize just how big a bite out of benefits medical-care costs take.
AIG Chief Executive Peter Hancock tells CNBC he'd go about ditching the insurer's "too big to fail" designation differently than rival MetLife.
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