The many tradeoffs that health insurers had to make from both a regulatory and plan-design standpoint in order to adapt under the Affordable Care Act appear to be paying off as the landmark legislation approaches its five-year mark.

A recent CNNMoney report suggested that the nation’s top health insurance carriers, as well as large hospital chains and pharmaceutical companies, have thrived on President Barack Obama’s watch, despite steady talk that he’s bad for Corporate America.

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