Blue Cross returned to profitability in 2015 even though the company has lost more than $1 billion on Affordable Care customers in two years. Those losses have been offset by the ACA’s financial assistance programs, which have reduced the two-year loss to $405 million.
Blue Cross returned to profitability in 2015 even though the company has lost more than $1 billion on Affordable Care customers in two years. Those losses have been offset by the ACA’s financial assistance programs, which have reduced the two-year loss to $405 million. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Blue Cross returned to profitability in 2015 even though the company has lost more than $1 billion on Affordable Care customers in two years. Those losses have been offset by the ACA’s financial assistance programs, which have reduced the two-year loss to $405 million. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

Blue Cross ekes out profit in 2015 despite ACA losses

February 26, 2016 1:28 PM