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Trump administration lets consumers skip HealthCare.gov

Trump administration lets consumers skip HealthCare.gov

The Trump administration took another step Wednesday toward deregulating federal insurance exchanges created under the Affordable Care Act. The new policy will allow consumers to skip HealthCare.gov entirely to sign up for coverage in 2018.

Anthem terminates Cigna merger agreement

Anthem terminates Cigna merger agreement

Anthem announced Friday morning that it will stop pursuing Cigna, a merger that long ago turned into a hostile takeover bid. But the deal's $1.85 billion break-up fee is still in dispute.

Cigna free to part ways with Anthem

Cigna free to part ways with Anthem

Cigna has been cleared to walk away from its proposed $54 billion merger agreement with insurer Anthem, a Delaware Chancery Court judge ruled late Thursday.

Anthem asks Supreme Court to take up merger appeal

Anthem asks Supreme Court to take up merger appeal

Anthem is still fighting to close its $54 billion deal to merge with Cigna. The Indianapolis-based insurer Friday said it will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to review its case although it's unlikely the high court will consider it.

After abrupt leadership shakeup, what's next for Molina?

After abrupt leadership shakeup, what's next for Molina?

Molina Healthcare could undergo some big changes now that the health insurer is no longer being steered by a Molina family member, including shifting its stance on the Affordable Care Act insurance exchanges or opening itself up to potential buyers hoping to expand their Medicaid footprints.

Humana sees gains post Aetna breakup

Humana's profit more than quadrupled in the first quarter of 2017, thanks to Aetna, which paid its former merger partner a hefty breakup fee after the deal fell through earlier this year.

Molina Healthcare fires CEO and CFO amid 'disappointing' finances

Molina Healthcare fires CEO and CFO amid 'disappointing' finances

Molina Healthcare on Tuesday ousted politically outspoken CEO Dr. J. Mario Molina and his brother CFO John Molina after the company's recent "disappointing financial performance," the company said Tuesday. But Molina's first-quarter earnings seem at odds with that reasoning.

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