Last month, the chief executive of health insurance giant
"There isn't any risk sharing going on in
It turns out that Aetna is not the only insurer on the exchange.
The transition came just after
When financial results for all three key
To turn the ship,
Many carriers have posted significant losses in the individual market since major health law changes kicked in during 2014, and Naylor said one of the pressing issues going forward for
But the problems with the
"Enrollment has held more or less steady nationally and among young adults," she said via e-mail. "I think it's unlikely for the marketplaces to enter a true death spiral, given that premium tax credits keep most enrollees from feeling the effect of rising premiums."
Selling coverage to employer groups has been a big part of
Naylor grew up in
"Despite the 2016 losses,
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