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Health Insurance
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Rhode Island native Kim Keck, Aetna Inc.’s senior vice president, has been appointed CEO and president of Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island, succeeding Peter Andruszkiewicz. more
Rhode Island’s health care uninsured rate fell to 4.5 percent in 2015 from 6.4 percent in 2014, according to the National Health Interview Survey released this week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. more
Shantha Diaz balances high energy and motivation with a calm and focused approach to goals. The chief operating officer of Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island follows several philosophies she attributes to her upbringing and Indian culture. … more
In 2013 Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island opened its first Your Blue Store, a pop-up retail store in Warwick offering in-person customer service to suit the needs of those seeking or using individual and family insurance plans. … more
Free -standing emergency centers are entering the Rhode Island health care market, despite criticism from hospitals that the services don't match demand and that health care costs could increase. Texas-based Neighbors Emergency Center on … more
Humana Inc. is set to exit Obamacare markets in at least two states to stem financial losses, another sign of the struggles that health insurers face in the controversial program. UnitedHealth Group Inc. recently moved to back out of most … more
(Updated, 5:19 p.m.) As part of Gov. Gina M. Raimondo’s push to trim costs in the state’s Medicaid program, Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island has formed a partnership with three community health centers to create three accountable care organizations. more
For the first time in Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island’s history, one of its employees has received the prestigious “Making a Difference Award” from the national Association for Community Affiliated Plans. more
Nine in 10 emergency physicians responding to a new poll say that health insurance companies are misleading patients by offering “affordable” premiums for policies that actually cover very little. more
For all the uproar over U.S. drug pricing, you wouldn’t expect to hear that drug spending slowed for many last year. A big reason? An increasingly powerful group of medication middlemen called pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs), which negotiate drug prices on behalf of insurers, employers and the government. more
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