Updated December 1 at 12:28am
Health Insurance
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Health insurers are grappling with the question of whether to cover the new pink pill to treat low libido in women, which will hit U.S. pharmacy shelves this year with a prominent warning label for serious side effects such as fainting. more
HealthSource RI said that 6,067 new customers have signed up for the state’s health benefits exchange, and that 20,313 customers have renewed coverage. more
Dr. John Luo, a physician and entrepreneur, will hold a series of educational sessions to assist seniors in navigating through the panoply of decisions they face regarding Medicare. more
Bristol County again is the healthiest county in the state and Providence is the least, according to the sixth annual County Health Rankings by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. more
The Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council has released an analysis of Gov. Gina M. Raimondo’s proposed health insurance premium assessment to fund HealthSource RI, which would generate $11.2 million in revenue in fiscal 2017. more
Community members are invited by Gov. Gina M. Raimondo’s Working Group for Healthcare Innovation to share their experiences with health care in upcoming “listening sessions” in Warwick and Providence. more
Rhode Island’s RIte Care, the publicly funded managed health care program for children and families with low incomes, outperforms similar programs in all other states in quality, according a report from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. more
Two Rhode Island companies received perfect scores of 100 percent on the 2016 Corporate Equality Index: Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island and CVS Health Corp. more
HealthSource RI said nearly 7,000 new customers have signed up for the state’s health benefits exchange, and 20,772 have renewed coverage, as of Jan. 10. more
Commercial health insurance rates have been approved for 2016 by the health insurance commissioner, and while all are higher than what was approved last year, the amounts are lower than what was requested by most insurers. more
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