Aetna cancels plan to expand Obamacare coverage

Connecticut-based Aetna says it will cancel its previous plan to expand its Obamacare coverage. The insurer also says it will take a closer look at

Aetna says it will likely lose $300 million on Obamacare policies in 2016.

Aetna says it will likely lose $300 million on Obamacare policies in 2016. (8/3/16)

NORWALK - Connecticut-based Aetna says it will cancel its previous plan to expand its Obamacare coverage.
   
The insurer also says it will take a closer look at the coverage it offers in 15 states.
  
Aetna says it will likely lose $300 million on Obamacare policies in 2016.
  
According to federal statistics, more than 11 million people enrolled in Obamacare this year.

 

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