Keyword: Blue Shield of California
Former Apple boss John Sculley talks about how tech will cut staffing costs in Centene-RxAdvance partnership and more payer news.
CMS Administrator Seema Verma said the agency plans to put pressure on insurers to share data by re-evaluating the star program and Medicaid contracts.
From KHN: In October, an exec at one of the nation’s largest physician-practice management firms handed her bosses the equivalent of a live grenade.
The financial performance of Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies improved “significantly” in the first half of 2017, according to Fitch Ratings.
California’s new drug price transparency law is welcome news for the health insurance industry.
Sen. Susan Collins has seemingly quashed Republicans’ hopes of passing an Affordable Care Act repeal measure before the end of the month.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama has been hit with an $8 million fine for charging rates that differed from those approved by state regulators.
Most digital health startups have pivoted to a B2B model where industry players are looking for targeted products and dedicated partnerships.
The federal risk adjustment and reinsurance programs have been a boon for some insurers and a burden for others.
From California Healthline: For about 60,000 Covered California customers, there will be only one insurer left in their communities next year.