With nearly seven million new enrollments expected to come through the Obamacare exchanges, some of the bigger insurance providers, including Cigna and Aetna are leaving the door wide open for smaller players like Molina Healthcare to gobble up marke tshare.
The Affordable Care Act is creating a variety of challenges and opportunities for health care companies. Medtronic is embracing a provision designed to reduce re-admissions by expanding into the home monitoring market.
Will Obamacare succeed or fail? It doesn't matter nearly as much to Cigna than it does to insurers like Aetna, UnitedHealth, and WellPoint. Here's why.
The delay in when the Affordable Care Act penalty will be enforced won't affect much.
USA Today reports the Department of Health and Human Services is looking for outside help to fix Healthcare.gov. Does Verizon have the tools necessary to get the job done, or will these glitches continue?
McKesson, Cardinal Health, and AmerisourceBergen among the Best Health Care Plays
A previously unreleased report obtained by The Associated Press issues a state-by-state breakdown of Obamacare's projected 7 million new enrollees. Is your state among the 10 most crucial to the law's success?
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is creating lots of questions for investors. But drug distributors like AmerisourceBergen are likely to see solid tailwinds as a growing insured population drives prescription growth.
Following a glitch-filled start to Obamacare, Aetna's CEO Mark Bertolini speaks candidly about the federally run health exchanges' many flaws. Should this be cause for investor concern, or are Bertolini's concerns overblown?
Unlike rival WellPoint, UnitedHealth Group isn't making a big bet on health-insurance exchanges. Instead, it's looking to win no matter what happens with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.