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Since the election, I, among others, have pointed out that Donald Trump would not be able to keep his promise of repealing the rest of Obamacare while protecting people with “preexisting conditions. READ MORE >>

President-elect Donald Trump has promised that he’ll ask Congress to repeal the Affordable Care Act on Day One of his administration. If you’re shopping for coverage on the health insurance marketplace, should you even bother signing up? READ MORE >>

At least a quarter of all employers, and well over half of large employers, are offering their workers a choice of a high-deductible health plan, according to Mercer, a benefits consultant. This is the time of year when many employers ask you to sign up for health insurance, so if you are going to take the high-deductible plunge, here are some things to consider: READ MORE >>

Open enrollment starts Nov. 1 and runs through Jan. 31, 2017, for people purchasing individual health insurance for 2017. This open enrollment period applies to anyone who wants to buy a policy from a state or federal health exchange, or directly from an insurer. You also can buy a plan through a health insurance agent. READ MORE >>

Enrollment next year is critical for the president's signature health reform law. Large insurers, including Aetna (AET) and UnitedHealthcare (UNH), are scaling back participation, and remaining carriers are hiking premiums to cut losses from sicker-than-expected enrollees. READ MORE >>

Insurers pulling back on Obamacare could cause some 1.4 million people to lose their coverage, according to a new analysis. In recent months, major insurers including Aetna,Humana, and UnitedHealth decided to stop selling individual health insurance through most of the Affordable Care Act exchanges in 2017, saying they were losing money from those markets. READ MORE >>

It's game-on in a new effort to get millennials to buy into Obamacare — and strengthen the financial performance of health insurance plans. Federal officials on Tuesday revealed a strategy that relies on popular social media platforms and college campuses to encourage young adults to sign up for health coverage during the upcoming open enrollment season. READ MORE >>

It's going to be a lot easier for people to pick an Obamacare plan in 2017, if only because there will be fewer to choose from. One of the biggest drivers of increased healthcare costs is the lack of competition in some markets. READ MORE >>

Health insurers have been taking a financial beating for the ages on ObamaCare, butAetna was always more bullish than the rest of the industry—until now. The entitlement’s keenest corporate patron announced Tuesday that it is cancelling its ObamaCare expansion plans for 2017 and may withdraw altogether. READ MORE >>

Premium increases in the health insurance marketplaces created under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will likely be higher in 2017 than in recent years. While premiums generally go up every year as the underlying cost of care rises, there are a number of reasons to expect faster growth th... READ MORE >>

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