An investigation by The Associated Press found that in 2014, when millions of Americans lost their health insurance, the health insurance industry was not in a position to protect its business.
And it’s not just the big health care companies who are in trouble.
The AP examined a list of companies that are still in business after the Affordable Care Act was passed and found that more than a quarter of them have at least one employee who lost their insurance.
The companies include Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Cigna, UnitedHealthcare, and Humana.
The organizations are in the process of being wound down.
Here’s what you need to know about how Obamacare has changed the way health insurance works.
How Obamacare changed the insurance industry: The Affordable Care Care Act requires companies to offer affordable health insurance to everyone who applies.
But it didn’t take long for the law to impact the insurance market.
Obamacare, as passed in 2010, required insurers to offer coverage to people who had pre-existing conditions or who had a preexisting condition.
In 2014, more than 25 million people gained insurance, with insurers covering more than 7 million people.
In 2018, the year before the law was passed, nearly 5 million people lost their plans.
The law also increased the number of insurance plans available to individuals with pre-existing conditions.
This means that many people who were able to keep their plans before the ACA went into effect can no longer do so.
Insurers have had to stop offering insurance plans that cover people with pre or preexisted conditions, which makes it harder for people with those conditions to keep insurance.
As a result, there are more people who don’t have insurance because they are unable to keep it.
This affects insurers as well as the health insurers that provide them.
What happened to Blue Cross and Cignas?
Blue Cross & Cignias is a subsidiary of UnitedHealth Group.
In September 2018, United announced that it would be shutting down its remaining 23 health insurers, leaving only four in the United States: Blue Cross, Ciba-Geigy, Blue Shield, and Covered California.
The health insurers had faced a difficult time in recent years.
Blue Cross had been losing money for several years and had not been profitable for almost a decade.
United had also been losing customers and revenues as the number and type of health care services and care products increased.
What are the repercussions for the health companies?
Many insurers lost customers and revenue as the new health care law expanded coverage to more people and as people gained access to more medical services.
The new law also created a new program called HealthCare.gov to help people purchase health insurance.
This program also made it easier for people to sign up for coverage through the marketplace.
But the new program didn’t work as well in states that had expanded Medicaid.
This meant that those people with preexistent conditions or older people who couldn’t get coverage through an employer or a government program were left out of the system.
Some people were also left without access to doctors and hospitals because insurance companies had no way of knowing what care a person needed.
What impact has Obamacare had on health care providers?
Before the Affordable Health Care Act, health insurers were not required to provide coverage to their employees.
This changed in January 2018, when the ACA passed.
This was a big step toward ending the health coverage gap that existed before the new law was signed into law.
But health insurers are still required to cover their employees through the Health Insurance Marketplace.
This is a federal program that offers health insurance plans to millions of people across the country.
However, it’s only available to people with incomes up to 138 percent of the federal poverty level, which is about $23,800 for a family of four.
As the number on the federal government’s poverty line increases, so does the cost of coverage, so the cost goes up.
Under the ACA, insurance companies were also required to charge people higher premiums and deductibles.
The ACA also increased how much money health insurers can deduct from the premiums they charge their employees, which resulted in higher deductibles for workers and lower premiums for employers.
But because the health plans that covered workers were federally subsidized, they were able for some employers to opt out of this program.
Some employers, like Cignars, chose to remain with the federal program, while others opted to opt in and pay the higher premiums.
Under a repeal of the Affordable Healthcare Act, these subsidies are gone.
In some cases, employers can choose not to participate in the program altogether.
What’s next for the industry?
Insurers may be forced to close some of their remaining locations in states where the health law went into force.
BlueCross, for example, has said it would close a number of its locations in Indiana, Iowa, and South Dakota.
The company has also said it will not open in Texas, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and