A review of health insurers' first-quarter earnings reports that the eight publicly traded health insurers Moody's rates generated higher revenue and improved ratios of claim costs to premium revenue.
By Allison Bell|June 11, 2018 at 10:26 AM
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In spite of all of the upheaval in Washington, the big health insurers that S&P Global and Moody’s Investors Service rate are doing fine.
James Sung, an S&P Global health insurance rating analyst, said today in New York, at an S&P Global insurance conference, that, in the long run, he expects to see a few large, national, integrated health insurance-health care services companies dominate the U.S. health care market.
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