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OPEN UP: Dentist Milton J. Liu, right, and dental assistant Lori Beth Adler prepare to examine the teeth of patient Anthony Northup at Wood River Health in Hopkinton. 
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Trip to dentist on Block Island? Boat no longer needed

For years, many Block Island residents without private insurance had to go through a tedious process if they needed a dental checkup. This usually involved...

McKee, EOHHS announce procurement for Medicaid Managed Care Organizations

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Daniel J. McKee and the R.I. Executive Office of Health and Human Services announced the Request For Proposals for Managed Care...
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A checklist for health insurance open enroll

As inflation in the U.S. remains high, you may be looking to adjust your lifestyle and spending habits. But when it comes to health...
DR. RAJ HAZARIKA, chief medical officer for commercial products at Point32Health, third from left, speaks during one of two panel discussions at Providence Business News’ Fall 2023 Health Care Summit on Wednesday. Also on the panel is, from left, Dr. Michael Wagner, CEO and president of Care New England Health System; Dr. Scott Rivkees, professor at Brown University's School of Public Health; and John Fernandez, CEO and president of Lifespan Corp. Moderating at right is PBN Editor Michael Mello. PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN summit panelists: AI could improve aspects of R.I.’s health care...

WARWICK – While Rhode Island’s health care industry is bouncing back after an “incredibly difficult” year in 2022, providers still have a long way...

Largest R.I. health insurer tops in member satisfaction in Northeast

PROVIDENCE – Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island has been ranked No. 1 in member satisfaction among commercial health plans in the...
HEALTH CONSCIOUS: A panel of health care sector leaders participates in a discussion at the Providence Business News' Health Care Summit and Health Care Heroes Awards on Thursday morning at the Providence Marriott Downtown. On the panel, from left, were Eric Swain, an executive at United Healthcare; Dr. Kirsten Hokeness, director of the School of Health and Behavioral Sciences at Bryant University; Dr. Claire Levesque, chief medical office of commercial products at Point32 Health; Peter Marino, CEO and president of Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island; Dr. Methodius Tuuli, chief OB/GYN at Women & Infants Hospital; and Martha Wofford, CEO and president of Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island. This was one of two panel discussions that took place at the summit. PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN health summit: Fixing R.I.’s ‘fragile’ system will require across-the-board collaboration

PROVIDENCE – With the national COVID-19 public health emergency set to end in May, health care providers and leaders in the state agree on...

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...

AG demands records on RIPTA data breach

PROVIDENCE – The state’s top legal officer is ordering the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority and UnitedHealthcare to turn over documents showing what they...
SIXTY-SIX COMPANIES and organizations were honored Wednesday during Providence Business News' 2020 Best Places to Work Awards program.

Companies honored for HR policies, employee satisfaction in PBN’s 2020 Best...

PROVIDENCE – A biotechnology manufacturer, a financial firm, a credit union, and a technology and consulting solutions partner were named the best of the...

OHIC approves 2021 health insurance rates; AG Neronha slams rate increases

CRANSTON – The R.I. Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner released its approved health insurance premium rates for 2021 Friday, saying it has saved...
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