You can't make general conclusions from changes in premiums by state under Obamacare, because there are too many state-specific variables.
Health insurers might be corporate versions of the super-villains in "Despicable Me" to some. But they're not as bad as you might think.
With Obamacare about to be fully implemented, hospital operators like Select Medical look poised to take full advantage of its effects.
Does the government have the technology, staff, and educational capacity to have the states' health exchanges ready for the October 1 deadline? The answer may surprise you!
The AMA now says obesity is a disease. Could this new label open the reimbursement floodgates?
A bigger-than-expected Medicare reimbursement rate cut buries the home health sector. But, are these companies now a bargain?
After the Q3 earnings miss, is now a good time to buy Walgreen stock?
A national insurer calls it quits in California. Will a lack of competition in state-run health exchanges be Obamacare's downfall?
Getting access to negotiated cost-savings from insurance carriers is the biggest benefit the uninsured will get from Obamacare.
Here's the rundown on what state health exchanges mean for you and the insurance industry, including the benefits and pitfalls.