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Health insurers seek rate increases for 2023

PROVIDENCE – Local health insurers have all submitted requested commercial health insurance rate hikes for 2023 for individual, small and large group plans, the...

4 Big Health Benefits Trends to Watch in 2022

Since the start of the pandemic, the health care industry has been continuously challenged to evolve. Even the very definitions of consumer health and...

Missed deadline costs Tufts Health Plan millions

PROVIDENCE – Tufts Health Plan learned the hard way in January that missing a deadline by two minutes is no excuse – and costly,...
ABOUT 200 PEOPLE attended Providence Business News' 2022 Book of Lists Premier Event at the Graduate Providence. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN officially debuts 2022 Book of Lists at Graduate Providence

PROVIDENCE – Approximately 200 local business individuals gathered Thursday at the Graduate Providence to network with one another during Providence Business News’ 2022 Book...

HSAs: A Benefit for Your Employees and Your Bottom Line

Health literacy is a costly issue across the country. Research shows that when employees don’t understand their options, they often end up overpaying for...
THE BIG ISSUES: A second panel at PBN’s 2021 Fall Health Care Summit talks about health equity, access and affordability. From top is moderator PBN Editor Michael Mello; Dr. Claire Levesque, chief medical officer for commercial products at Point32Health; Dr. Raymond Powrie, chief clinical officer and executive chief of medicine at the Care New England Health System; Dr. Al Kurose, a founder and president of Coastal Medical Inc. and senior vice president for primary care and population health at Lifespan Corp.; and R.I. Health Insurance Commissioner Patrick Tigue.

Health care panel: Pandemic has magnified affordability, access issues

As the country adapts to live alongside COVID-19, affordability of care, mental health concerns, supporting underserved populations and continued vaccine outreach remain areas in...
ONE OF TWO PANELS at the Providence Business News Fall 2021 Health Care Summit on Wednesday discuss the COVID-19 vaccine rollout and employer mandates. Clockwise from top left is Matt Reeber, partner at at Pannone Lopes Devereaux & O’Gara LLC; Thomas McCarthy, executive director of Rhode Island’s COVID-19 Response Team; Dr. Christopher Ottiano, medical director at Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island; Lisa Abbott, Lifespan Corp. senior vice president for human resources and community affairs; Dr. Robert MacArthur, chief medical officer at Commonwealth Care Alliance; and moderator PBN Editor Michael Mello.

Summit: Outreach to employees reduces COVID-19 vaccine defiance

PROVIDENCE – Repeated employee outreach – including small group meetings, daily bulletins and even bringing in faith leaders and pregnancy specialists – has proven...

Blue Cross, Point32Health lend a hand during volunteer efforts

PROVIDENCE – Volunteers from Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island and from Point32Health, the Massachusetts-based nonprofit that owns Pilgrim Health Care in...

Workplace Wellness Programs Are Evolving: Is Your Business Keeping Up?

During the pandemic, maintaining workplace wellness  programs became a challenge for businesses big and small, as many businesses had to quickly transition their traditional wellness programs...

Wellness programs, challenges getting results at Tufts Health Plan

PBN 2021 HEALTHIEST EMPLOYERS AWARDS 1,500-4,999 EMPLOYEES: 6. Tufts Health Plan CEO (or equivalent): Cain Hayes Number of employees: 2,969 One word that describes Tufts Health Plan’s Wellness...
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