Despite dwindling insurers in exchanges across the country in California, 11 plans competed for consumers in 2017 and the state has been known to turn away insurers because of high prices and inadequate networks.
Medica last week said it will offer plans on Nebraska's exchanges statewide in 2018.
Anthem has been hinting for months that it may pull out of some Affordable Care Act exchanges, but Ohio marks its first retreat.
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The Trump administration took steps last week that could make it easier for consumers to get coverage under the Affordable Care Act, albeit at the potential demise of federal insurance exchanges.
Centene Corp. on Tuesday reported strong revenue in the first quarter as it continues to be an outlier among big insurers by committing to stick with the Affordable Care Act insurance exchanges.
Consumers' Choice Health Insurance Co., the failed insurance co-op for South Carolina, has sued the federal government, alleging it's illegally trying to collect loan repayments from the co-op.
Each year since the launch of HealthCare.gov, Salt Lake City insurance broker Craig Paulson has faced a difficult question: Should he continue to sell individual-market plans even though insurers increasingly refuse to pay him commissions?
HHS last week reported a surge in people enrolling for coverage on the Affordable Care Act's federal exchange on the day after Donald Trump, who said repealing the law is a main priority, was elected into the presidency.
If HHS Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell heard NPR's "Morning Edition" on Tuesday, the first day of 2017 open enrollment, she must have felt ill. An Oregon man described his plan to buy coverage midyear if he got sick. That's precisely the type of gaming that is causing big problems for the ACA.