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In a growing trend, the health system cited better efficiency for the move.
Two leading carriers have announced plans to exit Iowa's individual market for 2018, which means Minnetonka-based Medica could be the only insurer offering coverage to individuals statewide next year.
Nation's largest health insurer filed paperwork to stay in New York, Nevada.
Red ink ruled for health plans despite investment income of $149 million.
Health plans saw less red ink in 2016, but enrollment declines likely means healthy subscribers are dropping coverage.
Study says millions spent on services, exams that provide little or no benefit.
The Minnetonka-based insurer is the only one now selling statewide coverage to individuals in Iowa and Nebraska that might possibly return in 2018 to government-run exchanges.
The Minneapolis-based start-up insurer is selling coverage in Colorado.
The two-year moratorium comes after Republicans and DFLers couldn't agree on rules for any transactions.
A rating agency revised the health insurer's outlook while affirming its financial strength.