Beyond UnitedHealthcare: How Are Other Publicly Traded Insurers Faring in the Marketplaces?

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<p>The news that UnitedHealthcare has decided not to participate next year in most of the Affordable Care Act’s marketplaces has led to intense discussions about marketplace stability. To gain a wider perspective, Kevin Lucia and colleagues at the Georgetown University Health Policy Institute's Center on Health Insurance Reforms review the first-quarter earnings calls and regulatory filings of some of the largest, publicly traded insurers in the marketplaces in a new <em>To the Point</em>.</p><p>These communications shed light not just on a company’s financial performance, but also on major business developments and strategic thinking.</p>
<p>“There are clearly insurers that see business value in marketplace participation and are committed to the underlying principles of the ACA,” the authors say.</p> Read the post