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AM Best Analysts: Health Insurers See Strong Results, Accommodate ACA Changes

Sally Rosen, senior director, Doniella Pliss, director and Jason Hopper, associate director, all of AM Best, said U.S. health insurers have continued to adapt to changes brought about the Affordable Care Act and its modifications.

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