Research Article

Patients suffer when healthcare stocks rise

Deane Waldman*

Published: 05/29/2020 | Volume 4 - Issue 1 | Pages: 010-011

When a stock price rises or has a better P/E ratio, this is generally considered a measure of success. Is this true for health insurance stocks? Stock holders certainly are happy, but what about the purchasers of the carriers’ policies? Are patients smiling when the stock price goes up?

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