59.86 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 4:56PM EDT
|Bid||58.15 x 100|
|Ask||63.23 x 500|
|Day's Range||59.85 - 61.14|
|52 Week Range||42.56 - 72.79|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||-20.97|
|Earnings Date||Nov 2, 2017|
|Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||65.00|
At a cabinet meeting Monday, President Donald Trump said his announcement that he will end cost-sharing payments to insurers has effectively ended the landmark legislation of his predecessor.
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The Trump White House has issued two Obamacare-related policy announcements this week: announcements that some characterize as “gutting” or “sabotaging” the health care law. But a sober, factual analysis reveals that the Trump decisions will be fairly modest—and largely positive—in their effect.
Several major insurers said they intend to provide health plans on the Affordable Care Act’s exchanges for the rest of this year and for 2018, despite a financial blow from President Donald Trump’s cancellation ...
A coalition of U.S. states lined up on Friday to sue to block President Donald Trump's move to scrap a key component of Obamacare, subsidies to health insurers that help low-income Americans pay out-of-pocket medical expenses. One day after the administration announced plans to end the payments, Trump said he would dismantle Obamacare "step by step," even as his latest action raised concerns about chaos in insurance markets.
Shares of U.S. hospital companies and health insurers fell on Friday after President Donald Trump decided to cut off Obamacare subsidies to health insurance companies for low-income patients in a move that sparked threats of legal action and concern about chaos in insurance markets. The White House said late Thursday it could no longer lawfully pay the "cost-sharing reduction" subsidies, which were guaranteed to insurers under former President Barack Obama's 2010 Affordable Care Act to help lower out-of-pocket medical expenses for low-income consumers. Trump, like most of his fellow Republicans a strong critic of Obamacare, has made the payments each month since taking office in January, even as he attacked them as a "bailout" for insurance companies.
President Donald Trump on Thursday signed an order to make it easier for Americans to buy bare-bones health insurance plans, using his presidential powers to undermine Obamacare after fellow Republicans in Congress failed to repeal the 2010 law. Trump issued the executive order aimed at letting small businesses band together across state lines to buy cheaper, less regulated health plans for their employees with fewer benefits.
Former Aetna executive Joseph Zubretsky will join the Long Beach, Calif.-based managed health care services provider in November as its new president and CEO.
Insurer Molina Healthcare Inc. has named Hanover Insurance Group’s president and chief executive, Joseph Zubretsky, as its new president and CEO. Zubretsky, 60, will begin his new role at Long Beach, California-based Molina Healthcare (MOH) on Nov. 6 and also will join the company’s board. White was named interim CEO in May after the board removed Mario Molina, the company’s founder and CEO, and his brother John Molina, who was CFO.
Molina Healthcare Inc. said Tuesday it has hired Hanover Insurance Group’s chief executive to serve as its president and chief executive.
Molina Healthcare Inc. late Tuesday named Joseph Zubretsky its president and chief executive, effective Nov. 6. Zubretsky most recently served as CEO for The Hanover Insurance Group, and will succeed interim ...
Insurer Molina Healthcare Inc on Tuesday named Joseph Zubretsky as president and chief executive, effective Nov. 6, amidst a restructuring drive at the company. Zubretsky replaces CFO Joseph White who was serving as the interim chief executive after the company in May fired Chief Executive Dr. J. Mario Molina and Chief Financial Officer John Molina, sons of the small health insurer's founder. Zubretsky, 60, most recently served as president and chief executive officer for Hanover Insurance Group Inc and has previously served at the helm of a group of healthcare services and information technology companies under health insurer Aetna Inc.
Molina Healthcare, Inc. today announced that its Board of Directors has named Joseph M. Zubretsky as the company’s new President and Chief Executive Officer, effective November 6, 2017.
LONG BEACH, Calif., Oct. 05, 2017-- Molina Healthcare, Inc. today announced that it will report its earnings for the third quarter ended September 30, 2017, after the market closes on Thursday, November ...
Molina Healthcare (MOH) is seeing solid earnings estimate revision activity, and is a great company from a Zacks Industry Rank perspective
Health insurers appeared likely to offer Affordable Care Act plans in all U.S. counties next year, despite months of drama and worries among some state officials about last-minute exits, ahead of a late-Wednesday ...
With the latest Republican push to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act on life support, MUFG Securities' Jason Twizell expects that the GOP will pivot to tax reform, looking to score a win. Twizell writes that the lowering of the corporate tax rate would probably lead to a reduced effective tax rate, as well as a one-time earnings benefit on deferred taxes for those companies with a net deferred tax liability position. For example, he estimates that a 20% corporate tax rate would add some 30% to his EPS estimates, and a 25% tax rate would add 20%.