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Topic - Aetna
Aetna, Inc. is an American diversified health insurance company, providing a range of traditional and consumer directed health care insurance products and related services, including medical, pharmaceutical, dental, behavioral health, group life, long-term care, and disability plans, and medical management capabilities. Aetna is a member of the Fortune 100. - Source: Wikipedia
Nothing clarifies the mind, with apologies to Dr. Johnson, quite like a fight for survival. Sen. Joe Manchin, a Democrat, arrived at his moment of enlightenment contemplating the likelihood of West Virginia voters returning to the Senate someone who voted to preserve Obamacare. He told a home-state paper, the Beckley Register-Herald, the other day that he would "vote tomorrow" to repeal the law. A day later, presumably after being taken to the woodshed by Harry Reid, Mr. Manchin returned to a state of confusion with a retraction. "I have never supported repealing [Obamacare]," he said.
Some Arizonans who have signed up for insurance through the Affordable Care Act health exchange are finding they have fewer provider options that are farther away.
Officials say six people were injured and more than two dozen displaced when a two-alarm fire broke out at the Salem Village apartment complex in Christiana.
Health insurance enrollment during the first few months of the federal overhaul law was stronger in North Carolina than in all but four other states, a new report released Monday said.
CHICAGO (AP) — Giving Illinois customers more leeway, three more health insurance carriers extended payment deadlines Friday for people who signed up in the December rush for coverage under President Barack Obama's health care law.
Two advocacy groups are demanding that transgender women be given free mammograms under President Obama's new health care law, following reports that a transgender woman was denied a government-financed mammogram at a clinic in Colorado.
Two weeks into the federal government's disastrous launch of Obamacare's online marketplaces, the White House said Tuesday that President Obama still supports beleaguered Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius in spite of calls for her resignation.
Only last-minute defunding can prevent a health care disaster
STITCHED TOGETHER: Health insurer Aetna Inc. said Monday it will buy fellow insurer Coventry Health Care Inc. in a cash-stock acquisition totaling $5.7 billion.
Aetna, one of the nation's biggest health insurers, claimed a bigger stake in the burgeoning market for government-funded coverage Monday when it announced plans to buy a leading provider of Medicaid and Medicare coverage for $5.7 billion.
The Obama administration says the president's health care law is crucial to ensuring health coverage for young adults — even though major health insurers have announced they will still cover them even if the Supreme Court throws the law out next week.
Some of the nation's biggest health insurers will keep some popular parts of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul even if the law fails to survive Supreme Court scrutiny later this month.
An Oakton dentist has been indicted on charges of illegally distributing prescription pills to patients, professionals and paramours over the past five years and also assuming another dentist's identity to bill more than $160,000 in claims for work he performed on his family.
On a day that brought both good and bad news about the economy, investors chose to see the glass as half-full.
Stocks leapt to multiyear highs and headed for one of their biggest gains of the year Monday after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke suggested that the economy still needs help to produce faster job growth.