Call Us Free: (800) 385-2536

Archive for the Insurance News Net Category

CareOregon absorbs 78K new members, dozens of employees from FamilyCare

CareOregon absorbs 78K new members, dozens of employees from FamilyCare

FamilyCare Health’s closure at the end of January was CareOregon’s gain. CareOregon, one of the four health plans under the Health Share of Oregon umbrella serving Medicaid recipients in the Portland area, received nearly 79,000 of the more than 100,000 who had been served by FamilyCare. Care […]

Read more

Death of bill to legalize recreational marijuana leaves medical marijuana the only game in town

Death of bill to legalize recreational marijuana leaves medical marijuana the only game in town

Now that a bill to legalize marijuana for recreational use has been snuffed out in the Arizona Legislature, medical marijuana remains the only game in town — for now. Two Arizona representatives couldn’t get past the chairman of the judiciary committee to hear a bill they drafted […]

Read more

See who won $75,000 in second Street Pitch competition

See who won $75,000 in second Street Pitch competition

ElderSense, a Phoenix startup that helps families find senior living options for loved ones, beat nine other local tech-focused startups Friday night as the winner of the second Street Pitch competition at CityScape. ElderSense qualified for a $75,000 investment: $50,000 from Arizona Founders Fund, and a last-minute […]

Read more

New turnaround operator to start Monday at United Medical Center

New turnaround operator to start Monday at United Medical Center

Mazars USA LLP is expected to start work Monday at District-owned United Medical Center after D.C. Council members approved the company’s operating contract late Friday. It followed a D.C. Council health committee hearing earlier that day, when officials from the New York-based auditing firm worked to prove […]

Read more

Arts nonprofit chaired by Vertex founder unveils $23M capital campaign

Arts nonprofit chaired by Vertex founder unveils $23M capital campaign

Celebrity Series, a Boston-based nonprofit that organizes concerts and other performing arts events, has launched an effort to raise at least $23 million. The group, whose board chairman is Vertex Pharmaceuticals founder and former CEO Joshua Boger, announced the capital campaign on Friday evening. Donors have already […]

Read more

Life, annuity insurers solid in 2017, but face challenges: Report

Life, annuity insurers solid in 2017, but face challenges: Report

The U.S. life/annuity (L/A) industry in 2017 was characterized by strong balance sheets, solid earnings, focused business profiles and ongoing enhancements to enterprise risk management programs. However, according to A.M. Best’s 2018 Review/Preview special report, the industry still remains plagued by macroeconomic and regulatory factors, as well […]

Read more

Selling support services for seniors

Selling support services for seniors

Baby boomers deciding to age in place will find a robust market of services to support that lifestyle. The array of services spans industries including food, transportation, construction, social services, personal care, finance, consulting and medical. That list is likely to expand as others recognize the market’s […]

Read more

D.C. insurance regulator tells CareFirst to pay back surplus. Again. But that's not the last word.

D.C. insurance regulator tells CareFirst to pay back surplus. Again. But that's not the last word.

Washington, D.C.’s top insurance regulator again ruled against CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield this week, denying the nonprofit insurer’s request from 2016 to reconsider an order to pay back a portion of its surplus in rebates to its members in D.C. This was just another step in the decadelong […]

Read more

Banner Health appoints key leadership position as Kathy Bollinger retires

Banner Health appoints key leadership position as Kathy Bollinger retires

This person is replacing Kathy Bollinger at Banner Health Source link

Read more

Pain drug developer PixarBio says it faces possible SEC lawsuit

Pain drug developer PixarBio says it faces possible SEC lawsuit

PixarBio, a pain drug developer that moved its headquarters from Massachusetts to New Hampshire last year but still maintains lab space in Cambridge, said Wednesday that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is considering filing a lawsuit against the company. In an email to the Business Journal, […]

Read more
Page 30 of 176« First...1020...2829303132...405060...Last »