Partnerships, high-profile merger plan lead the way in health care

INCREASED ENROLLMENT: Aaliyah Perez is a customer service representative at HealthSource RI’s Walk-in Center in East Providence. The state’s health exchange had enrolled 31,771 people for health care insurance as of Dec. 10, 11 percent higher than on the same date in 2017.
 / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
INCREASED ENROLLMENT: Aaliyah Perez is a customer service representative at HealthSource RI’s Walk-in Center in East Providence. The state’s health exchange had enrolled 31,771 people for health care insurance as of Dec. 10, 11 percent higher than on the same date in 2017.
 / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
2018 began with health risks, routine and unforeseen, and proposed partnerships, and ended with uncertainty over the fate of the $78 billion merger of CVS Health Corp. and Aetna Inc. The year started with news of some Providence Water customers resorting to bottled-water service due to routine lead warnings. Calls to Crystal Spring Water Co.…

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