August Update: DHP Editors Post New Report Highlighting 2018 Exchanges

Your DHP editors would like to alert you to its coverage of the latest developments in the health care exchanges for 2018. Since the Senate voted against a limited repeal of the ACA, several states have released previously delayed rate applications to the public. Using that information, editors have compiled an In-App Download: Exchange Insurers 2017 vs. 2018 is a new working list that allows you to see at a glance which insurers intend to enter, leave or expand their presence on each state’s exchange for 2018.

For more coverage of the ever-changing 2018 landscape see the DHP newsfeed, where you can read the following recent stories:

2018 Landscape Continues to Evolve

• Anthem Exits Virginia Individual Marketplace
• Despite Exits, Nationwide Exchange Coverage Increases
• California Strategizes to Keep Exchange Plans for ‘Long Haul’
• Unsubsidized Exchange Enrollees Face More Difficulties for 2018
• Medica Intends to Expand Exchange Footprint
• Despite CMS Worries Over ACA Exchanges, Those Run by States Report Success

Insurers’ Financial Successes and Challenges

• Kaiser Reports $1 Billion Net Income
• Cigna 2Q Revenues Up 4% to $10.3 Billion
• Evergreen, Minuteman CO-OPs Fall into Receivership Amid Money Woes
• Humana, Aetna Say They Beat Earnings Estimates for Second Quarter
• Molina Tanks in Second Quarter, Dropping Out of Utah, Wisconsin Exchanges
• Anthem’s 2Q Accents Exchanges, Need for Quick Clarity on CSRs
• Exchanges Propel Centene to Strong 2Q; CEO Blasts ACA Repeal ‘Headline Noise’
• UnitedHealth Gets ‘A’ on Its 2Q Report Card After Dropping ACA
• As MA Startups Make Tangible Headway, More Growth Expected in ‘Robust’ Segment

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