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A LEADERSHIP TEAM MEETING held recently by Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island, led by its medical director Dr. Christopher Ottiano, was conducted using a hybrid format, with some people tuning in remotely and others in attendance at the organization's headquarters in Smithfield. / COURTESY NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH PLAN OF RHODE ISLAND

‘Hybrid’ return to office gaining steam in R.I.

PROVIDENCE – Many Rhode Island employees have slowly been returning to the office over the past year, but the office hasn’t returned to normal...
THE SOUTHSIDE COMMUNITY Land Trust's new food hub at 404 Broad St. in Providence, slated to open this summer, will house businesses to address food inequality in the community. / PBN PHOTO/JAMES BESSETTE

Community support helps Land Trust’s new food hub grow

PROVIDENCE – When the Southside Community Land Trust over the last several years needed to have harvested crops cleaned to be prepared as healthy...
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS has announced 69 honorees for its 2022 Best Places to Work Awards program.

PBN announces 2022 Best Places to Work honorees

PROVIDENCE – Sixty-nine honorees have been named by Providence Business News for its 2022 Best Places to Work Awards program. Each of the companies and...
CHECKING IN: This is a sample screen of the Papa Inc. mobile app that allows independent contractors called pals to connect with seniors in their areas who need assistance or companionship. The service is offered through certain health insurance plans provided by Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island and Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island.  / PBN PHOTO

Health insurers offering ‘grandkids on-demand’

Now in partnership with health plans in Rhode Island, a company called Papa Inc. is providing a service that’s been marketed as “grandkids on-demand,”...
WORKING TOGETHER: Dr. Christopher Ottiano, middle, medical director of Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island, explains that health care stakeholders should join forces to improve the system. Panelists participating in the PBN Health Care Summit on April 6 included Dr. Amy Nunn, left, executive director of the Rhode Island Public Health Institute, and Dr. Robert MacArthur, right, Commonwealth Care Allicance chief medical officer.  / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Panel: ARPA funds can help mend health safety net

Lindsay Lang sees trouble coming in maintaining health insurance for some Rhode Islanders, and she wants state lawmakers to act before it’s too late. Lang,...

LunaYou launches public benefit corporation, plans staff expansion

PROVIDENCE — LunaYou, a Business Innovation Factory-launched platform focused on pregnancy and postpartum care, is continuing to scale as its team works toward public...

2021 survey: Neighborhood Health rated No. 1 Medicaid plan in U.S.

SMITHFIELD – Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island has been named the top Medicaid plan in the country in the 2021 Consumer Assessment of...
Saul Kaplan

Saul Kaplan

You can’t discuss business innovation in Rhode Island over the last two decades without mentioning Saul Kaplan. Since his days in the early 2000s at...
Peter Marino

Peter Marino

When Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island was formed in 1993, its founders intended the organization to be a health insurer for the state’s...

NHPRI administrator receives national leadership honor

SMITHFIELD – A Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island administrator has earned national recognition as a young leader in the health care industry.  Elizabeth McClaine,...
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