Aetna Inc. will leave the few remaining states where it had been selling Obamacare plans next year, making it the latest health insurer to pull out of the health law as Republicans attack the program as failing and work to dismantle it.
Aetna Inc. is quitting Virginia's Obamacare market for 2018, the second state that Chief Executive Officer Mark Bertolini is exiting as he seeks to limit his insurer's risks from the beleaguered health law.
The decision by Aetna Inc. to exit Obamacare markets in Virginia next year got high-level attention Thursday. President Trump tweeted news of the decision to support his criticism of President Obama's signature domestic legislation and U.S.
NEW YORK Aetna Inc Chief Executive Officer Mark Bertolini wants a debate about what a "single-payer" healthcare system in the United States would look like, but said he does not think the federal government should run it.