The true impact of UnitedHealth’s departure will vary by location, according to a new report by the Kaiser Family Foundation. That analysis found that, if United were to drop out of all the states, 1.1 million people in the exchanges would have just one option for an insurer, provided no other insurers rushed in to fill the gap. . . .
United’s announcement comes as other insurers have indicated concern over how they are faring in the marketplaces created by health reform, as well. Last month, the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association released a report indicating that new members who enrolled in individual plans used more medical ser...
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