During its announcement of its year-end earnings for 2020, CVS Health executives announced that the carrier will return to the ACA marketplace individual segment for 2022 in an as-yet-undetermined number of markets. Karen Lynch, CEO of CVS Health and the former CEO of its Healthcare division, said the return recognizes the stability of the segment and its potential for growth as the nation recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic recession touched off by the international health crisis.


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