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Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island has partnered with CharterCARE Provider Group RI LLC to launch an accountable entity to improve care and reduce costs for Medicaid participants. more
Aetna is pulling out of 11 of the 15 states it serves on the Obamacare exchanges. Longtime readers of this column will be unsurprised at the reason: It's losing substantial amounts of money on its exchange policies. more
An analysis of proposed health insurance companies’ rate filings indicates that outpatient spending is expected to be the largest driver of health insurance premiums next year, according to Avalere Health, a Washington-based consulting firm focusing on health care companies and related nonprofit entities. more
Rebecca Plonsky, a licensed independent clinical social worker, is vice president of integrated behavioral health at CharterCARE Health Partners, which includes Roger Williams Medical Center in Providence and Our Lady of Fatima Hospital in North Providence. Plonsky helped navigate an agreement to create CharterCARE’s new Long-Term Behavioral Health Unit, which has 20 beds for Medicaid-eligible patients who need long-term psychiatric care. She talked recently with Providence Business News about the new LTBHU and its role in the community. more
On Sept. 23, hundreds of Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island employees will provide hands-on support to 13 nonprofit community organizations during BCBSRI’s fifth annual Blue across Rhode Island. more
For the second consecutive year, UnitedHealthcare recognized WellOne Primary Medical and Dental Care for improving service to its Medicare Advantage members. more
The battle over U.S. drug prices just got tougher. But the new pressure is coming from CVS, not politicians. more
Rhode Island ranked 22nd best in the nation for health care, but lowest among the New England states, according to WalletHub’s latest survey released Tuesday. more
Dr. Cedric J. Priebe Lifespan’s new senior vice president and chief information officer, spoke with Providence Business News about key information technology issues affecting the health care industry. more
Care New England’s policies and practices led frustrated employees from Butler Hospital and, to a lesser extent, Women & Infants Hospital, to protest on the afternoon of Sept. 1 outside the hospital entrance near Blackstone Boulevard in Providence. more
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