Wall Street Journal:
Major health insurers, which decided early to support key aspects of President Barack Obama's health-care overhaul, are now picking through the Senate's version of the legislation and finding cause for concern.Despite the industry's mixed success in shaping the overhaul, executives are confident of coping with the changes. "We will survive, and we will figure it out," said WellPoint's Mr. Fluegel. "We're not going anywhere."> "I think people have listened to us," said Universal American CEO Richard Barasch. "A lot of what is talked about as cost-saving measures in the Senate bill we are doing already."