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Senate healthcare bill is a boon for many insurers, except Medicaid plans

Senate healthcare bill is a boon for many insurers, except Medicaid plans

Senate Republicans' bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act may be enough to keep insurers from exiting the exchanges in 2018. But Medicaid insurers warn the bill's caps on federal spending in that program would compel them to cut services and reduce provider reimbursement rates.

While others jump ship, Oscar Health bets on Obamacare

While others jump ship, Oscar Health bets on Obamacare

While many insurers are retreating from the individual insurance market, Oscar thinks its tech-driven insurance products and concierge-style member experience will help the company thrive in a time of regulatory uncertainty.

How California made Obamacare work

Medicaid expansion, cost-sharing subsidies and a big marketing budget are keys to the state's success. Two of those ingredients are in jeopardy of being nixed or rolled back under the House Republicans' bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act now being revised in the Senate.

Nearly 2 million dropped Obamacare coverage through mid-March

The CMS' exit survey data show the bulk of dropouts obtained employer-sponsored coverage. A second agency report showed that consumers who dropped off the insurance rolls had higher premiums than most due to less financial assistance from the federal government.

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