Errors and glitches on the Obamacare health insurance exchanges have frustrated many Americans. But this could be the biggest kink in the system of all.
These states charge health-care insurance customers the most, and high health-care costs might benefit Tenet, HCA, and Community Health at the expense of insurers such as WellPoint and UnitedHealth.
Big subsidies could help Humana, WellPoint, and UnitedHealth get more people to get insurance, and thereby save HCA, Tenet Healthcare, and other hospital operators money from uninsured losses.
Are hospitals big winners from Obamacare? The latest trend of job cuts suggests that might not be the case.
HCA, Community Health, HMA, and Tenet Healthcare have all soared over the past year, but can those gains last?
Confused about how Obamacare will affect you? Here's the good, bad, and the ugly when it comes to health-care reform.
July health-care job growth was the lowest in a decade. What's going on?
Community Health's buyout sends HMA shares reeling. Here's why.
As the implementation data for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act nears, some unintended repercussions of the law are starting to become apparent.
With Obamacare about to be fully implemented, hospital operators like Select Medical look poised to take full advantage of its effects.