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Judge’s Ruling Won’t Stop Obamacare’s Final Day Of Open Enrollment Bargains

More than 95% of U.S. counties have free Obamacare options for low-income Americans selecting coverage via the healthcare.gov, research firm Avalere Health said.

A Two-For-One Stock Split For Backers Of Obamacare Provider Centene

In a good sign for Obamacare’s future, health insurer Centene is forecasting a solid 2019 and a stock split for its shareholders.

A Two-For-One Stock Split For Backers Of Obamacare Provider Centene

In a good sign for Obamacare’s future, health insurer Centene is forecasting a solid 2019 and a stock split for its shareholders.

As ACOs Face Change, Group Touts $2.7B Medicare Savings

Accountable care organizations (ACOs) have saved Medicare nearly $2.7 billion from 2013 through 2016, an analysis released by the National Association of ACOs says.

UnitedHealth Renews Contract With ER Doctors After Months Of Hardball

UnitedHealth Group said it has renewed a contract with Envision Healthcare after months of hardball tactics and threats to terminate a relationship.

UnitedHealth Group Expands Army Of Navigators

UnitedHealth Group is expanding its army of navigators to more than 800 for enrollees in Medicare Advantage plans who will use its Navigate4Me service.

Obamacare Doctor Choices Narrow As Insurers Make More Money

More than 70% of Obamacare plans have narrow doctor networks for 2019, a new study by Avalere Health shows.

CVS To Return 100% Of Drug Rebates Under New PBM Price Model

CVS Caremark PBM will launch a new “guaranteed net cost” drug pricing model that will return 100% of rebates to health plan clients in a move to “predictability and pricing simplicity.”

UnitedHealth Group: 50M To Access New Personal Health Record In 2019

UnitedHealth Group’s launch of an “individual” health record for 50 million consumers in its plans will be key to future growth

UnitedHealth Says 2019 Revenues Will Eclipse $240 Billion

UnitedHealth Group said is projecting annual 2019 revenues of between $243 billion to $245 billion as the nation’s largest health insurer continues its impressive growth trajectory.

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