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Study: ObamaCare market 'stabilizing,' not collapsing

By: PETER SULLIVAN , The Hill
July 10, 2017 Updated: July 10, 2017 at 10:37 am
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A new analysis of health insurers’ financial data finds that ObamaCare markets are “stabilizing” and insurers are regaining profitability.

The study from the Kaiser Family Foundation contrasts with Republican arguments that ObamaCare markets are in a “death spiral” and “collapsing.”

“Early results from 2017 suggest the individual market is stabilizing and insurers in this market are regaining profitability,” the study finds. “Insurer financial results show no sign of a market collapse.”

Insurers’ financial results have improved since the initial couple of years of the healthcare law, the analysis finds.

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