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Admin may roll back rule requiring Employers to pay for Birth Control

The Trump Administration is considering rolling back the rule requiring the coverage of contraception to women.  This roll back could impact up to 50 million women.  The Administration's new rule would allow employers much more latitude in their ability to opt out of...

When Customers Won’t Pay for Better

Pharma and Health Care companies who have pushed for innovation for decades may look at the Novo Nordisk example as a cautionary tale.  There may come a point when a company pushes a product's price point too high and the consumer decides that they can live with what...

Aetna CEO: You Cannot Repeal Obamacare

Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini has a unique perspective on the Affordable Care Act and the politics surrounding the subject.  Running one of the largest health insurance companies in the U.S. provides him with a viewpoint that is worth noting.  His thoughts: “The only...

Big Health Insurers Beat on Wall Street, Ignoring D.C. Chaos

The past few months have seen a chaotic conversation swirl around the Republican's push to Repeal and Replace movement to un-do the Affordable Care Act.  There has been repeated claims about the disaster that is Obamacare and the calamity of failing health exchanges,...

Newest GOP health care attempt faces same tough odds

Republicans in the Senate are working on their version of the Affordable Care Act replacement but are facing the difficult choices of what to do about the tax subsidies and medicaid expansion, as well as the possible roll back of coverage on millions, as they head...

Obamacare Repeal Collapses as Senate GOP Blocks Health Bill

John McCain, with a thumbs down gesture on the Senate floor that drew audible gasps, doomed the GOP's 7 year push to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.  McCain grew frustrated over the secretive process that GOP leaders deployed to draft repeal measures. This...

House GOP wary of ‘skinny’ repeal’

Republicans in the House may soon be presented with a a stripped down, or 'skinny' version of their replacement option of the Affordable Care Act. But there seems to be growing concerns about the coverage offered and the impacts it will have, as well as the political...

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