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On Monday, Anthem made its case to keep Cigna from ending its merger agreement while the larger insurer mounts a last-ditch effort to save the deal.
A federal appeals court has denied Anthem’s attempt to challenge a judge’s ruling that its proposed acquisition of Cigna violates antitrust law.
It may be time for health insurers to focus on providing more value for customers rather than “swallowing rivals,” according to one expert.
The Department of Justice and several states have indicated they plan to fight to ensure a lower court judge’s decision to block the Anthem-Cigna merger stands.
A federal court has granted Anthem’s request for an expedited appeal of a ruling that blocked its proposed acquisition of Cigna.
Here's a look at what the court decisions in the Aetna-Humana and Anthem-Cigna antitrust cases mean, and what the future could hold.
Anthem plans to appeal a federal judge’s decision to block its merger with Cigna, but Cigna may not be on board.
A federal judge has blocked Anthem’s acquisition of Cigna, making it the second of two major health insurer mergers that have been struck down by the courts this year.
Anthem’s chief executive said Wednesday that the insurer still has not yet decided whether and how much it will participate in the exchanges in 2018.
A federal judge is reportedly set to block Anthem’s acquisition of Cigna, but there are signs the larger insurer is already preparing to fight that decision with an appeal.