hour, above the $7.25 an hour federal minimum wage, and other companies, such as Starbucks, Panera Bread Co. and Aetna have also raised wages at the lower rungs. That’s good news, when average real wage growth has hovered around zero
Aetna reported third-quarter results that were ..... of the Affordable Care Act. Additionally, Aetna ’s management team cited increased marketing ..... year-over-year increase emanated from Aetna 's commercial insurance line as 40% of membership
Jan 13 (Reuters) - The chief executive of health insurer Aetna Inc on Tuesday said that the company had not yet decided which hepatitis C drugs to cover now that there are two breakthrough treatments...
Nov 3 (Reuters) - Aetna Inc said on Monday it would buy Bswift, a software and technology services company that administers public and private health insurance exchanges for consumers and employees,...
Aetna reported in-line third-quarter results and we are reiterating our $71 fair ..... year-over-year basis and 470,000 on a quarterly sequential basis. Strong growth from Aetna ’s commercial fee and Medicare books drove much of this increase. As a
Aetna reported a solid second quarter as it was able to realize Coventry acquisition synergies that were ahead of company-based projections
average cost per member. The major MCOs that we believe possess economic moats-- UnitedHealth UNH, WellPoint WLP, and Aetna AET --are able to operate at a lower level of SG&A per member than smaller MCOs that don't have moats. Furthermore
instances when changes in household income cause individuals to shift from Medicaid into subsidized exchange coverage. While Aetna and some other insurers are sounding warning bells about expanding their exchange participation, United says it is likely
one in four women, compared with about one in five older men.1 3. Shift from traditional pensions. Brigitte Madrian, Aetna Professor of Public Policy and Corporate Management at the Harvard Kennedy School, observed that in the shift away from
31/14 the top ten portfolio holdings of Janus Global Life Sciences Fund are: Gilead Sciences, Inc. (4.50%), Aetna , Inc . (2.88%), Express Scripts Holding Co. (2.83%), Johnson & Johnson (2.76%), Celgene Corp. (2.68