Anthem pulls out of Virginia Obamacare market, citing volatility and uncertainty

Anthem pulls out of Virginia Obamacare market, citing volatility and uncertainty
Anthem to leave Obamacare exchange in Virginia
Anthem will pull out of Virginia's individual Obamacare market because of a "volatile" market and uncertainty from the federal government. Earlier this summer, Anthem announced it would exit marketplaces in Wisconsin, Indiana and Ohio. The insurer has 

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield said on Friday that it will be scaling back on individual coverage in Virginia in 2018. This will only affect plans on the individual exchange under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

Anthem to stop selling individual plans in much of Virginia

**Embargo: Indianapolis, IN** FILE — An exterior photograph of the Indianapolis, Indiana headquarters for health care company Anthem, a member of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield association. Anthem pulls out of Virginia's Obamacare exchange.

Anthem to leave Obamacare exchange in Virginia

Anthem to Leave Virginia Health Insurance Marketplace in 2018

A major insurer, Anthem, announced late Friday that it will pull out of the Affordable Care Act marketplace in Virginia — the latest company to scale back its participation in an insurance market that has been destabilized by uncertainty about the … . RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — Anthem, the largest healthcare provider in Virginia, announced Friday that they will no longer offer individual health insurance plans through the Healthcare Marketplace in the state. This comes after two other major insurers …

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NORFOLK, Va. (AP) – A third insurance company says it will stop offering individual health insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act in Virginia. Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield said Friday in a statement that its decision was based on the shrinking. Anthem said Friday afternoon it planned to scale back statewide individual coverage in Virginia on the public exchange under the Affordable Care Act amid inaction by the Donald Trump White House on cost-sharing reduction subsidies. Anthem, which

Anthem to leave Virginia's Obamacare marketplace next year

Anthem will pull out of Virginia's individual Obamacare market because of a "volatile" market and uncertainty from the federal government. Earlier this summer, Anthem announced it would exit marketplaces in Wisconsin, Indiana and Ohio. The insurer has. Surprising no one, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is providing neither affordability, nor care, nor a great deal of action. From the office of Speaker Howell: “Today's announcement from Anthem is further proof that the markets are collapsing and …

Anthem announced today that it is pulling out of the “volatile” Virginia health insurance marketplace created under Obamacare. healthcare A key factor: uncertainty created by signals sent by President Trump that he will order an end to cost-sharing …

Just weeks before the 2018 Obamacare open enrollment period is set to begin, Virginia's largest health insurer has pulled of the individual marketplace. Anthem is leaving the system, citing overwhelming costs and unstable markets. More from Forbes …

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RICHMOND, Va. – Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield announced that they will no longer offer individual health insurance plans in Virginia, beginning in 2018. The company, who has recently announced departure from multiple states, explained that “the

U.S. health insurer Anthem said on Friday it will exit Obamacare markets in Virginia and reduce its plan offerings in Washington and Scott counties and the city of Bristol next year. The move comes nearly two weeks after President Donald Trump took aim …

Anthem to Leave Virginia Health Insurance Marketplace in 2018
Anthem to Leave Virginia Health Insurance Marketplace in 2018

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