Health insurers are losing a lot of money these days, and it is not because of Obamacare.
It is because they are just not getting enough of their customers to pay.
In fact, the health insurance industry has actually lost more money in 2017 than any other industry in the country.
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners released a report showing that the average health insurance company lost $1.5 billion in 2017.
It does not include the health insurers themselves.
The insurers have been losing money for years, and have been hit with a $2.5 trillion healthcare bill.
But this year, the average company lost a total of $2,400,000 more.
What are the reasons why?
According to the report, the reasons are a lot more complicated than just Obamacare.
The health insurance companies are losing money because they simply do not have enough customers.
The report also says that the ACA is failing to keep the insurance industry competitive.
According to data from Avalere, the insurance market in the U.S. is in trouble.
In 2016, the U,S.
had the most expensive health insurance market, with prices averaging $1,600 per person per month.
But in 2017, that figure dropped to $1 and $1 per person, respectively.
Avalere also reported that the rate of premiums was going up, which was a clear indication that insurers are not able to keep up with the rising costs of the insurance business.
In the past, the companies have been able to survive the costs of high prices by charging high premiums, but the costs are increasing, and the insurance companies have struggled to keep their premiums high.
This is a problem that has been well documented.
A recent study showed that the total cost of health care for a typical family increased from $17,764 in 2014 to $19,744 in 2017 (the most recent year for which data is available).
This is the most significant cost increase in the history of the American healthcare system.
This means that the cost of care for an average American family has gone up by more than $2 trillion.
The average American household now spends $13,073 on health care each year, a $1 trillion increase from the last five years.
That means that an average family of four has a $4,664 health insurance bill every year.
But if you take out the cost for the deductibles, co-pays, and coinsurance, the cost is still $13.2 trillion a year.
And if you add all of the other costs of health insurance, that number jumps to $20,739 per family.
The ACA is a huge part of this, as well.
The bill that passed the Senate in 2017 increased the premium on an average plan by $1 million a year, and that’s a huge amount of money that could be used to improve the quality of the care that a family gets from the health care industry.
Unfortunately, it is now a reality that the insurance businesses are going to have to deal with.
The companies that are the biggest in the industry are facing severe competition from new and more efficient competitors.
If they are not profitable in the long term, they will need to lay off workers, cut costs, and cut corners to survive.
In 2017, the big health insurance corporations were losing money, and now they are losing customers.
If you care about the future of the healthcare industry, it may be time to get rid of the Affordable Care Act.