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A startup specifically designed to sell Obamacare is quitting Obamacare (UNH, AET, HUM)

Harken Health Insurance, a startup and part of UnitedHealthcare that offered low-cost health plans through the Affordable Care Act (ACA) exchanges, is leaving the marketplace. Harken had been launched in early 2016 to create tailored plans that would make money in the ACA, better known as Obamacare exchanges. UnitedHealthcare, the parent company, has also rolled back its offerings through the exchanges due to financial losses.
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