Not Everyone Is Fleeing The Exchanges: Kaiser Permanente Vows It’s ‘In For The Long Haul’
Kaiser CEO Bernard Tyson acknowledges the market is unstable, but it makes him want to figure it out rather than abandon the marketplace.
Kaiser Permanente ‘Absolutely’ Committed To Obamacare Marketplaces
Aetna said this week it is drastically curtailing its participation on the Affordable Care Act's insurance exchanges. But one of the largest not-for-profit health insurers does not plan on abandoning them anytime soon. Kaiser Permanente, the $61 billion system that includes health plans, hospitals and medical groups, is “absolutely” sticking with the exchanges over the long term, Kaiser CEO Bernard Tyson told Modern Healthcare on Wednesday. (Herman, 8/17)