Topic: Consumer Operated and Oriented Plans (CO-OPs)
Anthem might be poised to exit more Affordable Care Act exchanges, UnitedHealth might buy a Chilean company and more industry news.
Anthem, which has already announced multiple ACA exchange exits for 2018, says it is reducing its footprint in yet another state.
The Montana Health CO-OP says it has what it takes to be one of the few Consumer Operated and Oriented Plans left standing.
Seventy-eight percent of Americans want Trump to make the ACA work; Anthem pulls out of Virginia's exchange, and more insurance news.
Some of the few remaining CO-OPs have turned to reorganization in order to survive. But even that strategy has now run into trouble.
With high costs placing an ever-increasing burden on consumers, it may be ordinary people who start a healthcare revolution.
Maryland CO-OP Evergreen Health will stop selling individual policies as it undergoes a transformation to a for-profit company.
Conservative lawmakers have stepped up their fight against insurers that are suing to recoup payments from the federal risk corridor program.
The Obama administration has filed motions to dismiss two cases in which health insurers are seeking millions of dollars from the risk corridor program.
If it receives regulatory approval, Maryland CO-OP Evergreen Health will become a for-profit company.