Are Insurers Exaggerating Medicare Advantage Cuts?
May 8th 2013 10:45AM
Updated May 8th 2013 11:15AM
In this video, health care analyst David Williamson discusses recent JPMorgan upgrades for managed care company Humana and fellow Medicare Advantage insurer UnitedHealth. 2013 looks to be a pretty banner year for insurers, but the 2014 rollout of Obamacare hangs over them like a dark cloud. Find out why JPMorgan thinks that despite pessimism these companies are poised to do much better than the market expects.
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