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Craig Drummond, CEO of Medibank, says affordability is a big issue and reforms, such as prostheses reviews, could see notable savings for customers.
Retirees worry about health care costs, yet the majority do not comparison-shop for a Medicare plan.
Vishnu Lekraj, Morningstar, and Ana Gupte, Leerink Partners, debate the bull and bear cases for health insurers as the future for health-care reform remains uncertain.
The American Health Care Act was introduced in the Republican-controlled house nearly two months ago. It's still sitting there.
An interview with the president suggests he doesn't know what's in his proposed health bill.
Republican efforts in Congress to reduce Obamacare's essential health benefits mandate failed in recent months.
An estimated 13 million fewer Americans would have health insurance if the individual mandate is repealed.
An Obamacare repeal would hit poor, rural areas — and predominantly Trump supporters — very hard, Vox reports.
The move gives insurers some protection if a Republican bill to replace Obamacare becomes law.
Most workers just stick with what benefits they’ve picked in the past, but that can be a costly mistake.
While the medical-expense deduction isn't widely used, it can prove significant for families with special-needs children.
The GOP's Obamacare replacement bill still stinks. Here's what they need to do to get it right, says Jake Novak.
These are the parallels between Obamacare and the subsequent GOP-drafted health care bills, Vox reports.
Obamacare advocates fear that hostility to the law by the Trump administration will drive down enrollment. That hasn't happened yet.
Older Americans whose life insurance policies may be ending face a decision on how to continue their coverage.
President Donald Trump looks likely to pass his 100th day in office without successfully repealing Obamacare, NBCNews reports.
Almost 70 percent of voters said health care was the most important or a very important issue in determining their vote for governor.
Republican leaders have repeatedly tried to change the bill since an aborted vote last month.
Trump's ire seems to have been ignited by Democratic threats to oppose a shutdown-avoiding bill if it does not include Obamacare subsidies.
It'll be politically difficult for moderates to vote on a health bill that would cover significantly fewer people than Obamacare, Vox reports.
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