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UnitedHealth group making good on a threat to pull out of the bomber care nation's largest health insurance provider announced Tuesday that as of next year it will no longer participate in president Obama's signature healthcare exchange , the reason , good old fashioned map says Reuters health and pharmaceutical correspondent Carolyn humor there early money on obamacare and they happen after awhile and they basically say they can't make money in this business UnitedHealth will stop providing coverage in most states leaving nearly eight hundred thousand people scrambling to find another way to pay medical bills by UnitedHealth will look largely self inflicted rather than indicating a problem which obamacare their way obamacare got up you do better if you have more customers more customers you have , car in the risks around others customers why they priced high and when you cry too high and you don't get the customers which suggest be competitive nature of the exchanges are actually working like they were designed to a big percentage of the nearly thirteen million Americans using about my care what with either cheaper insurers Noldor now being dropped by , help confined up with another obamacare insurer willing to take them on