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5 things to know in Colorado energy this week

5 things to know in Colorado energy this week

Here’s your five things to know about Colorado’s energy sector this week, short and sweet: 1) The US Geological Survey came out with new maps forecasting where the federal agency thinks earthquakes may occur in 2016. California was on the list (no surprise there), but so was […]

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Howard Hanna rebrands some units

Howard Hanna rebrands some units

Howard W. “Hoddy” Hanna III is the chairman and CEO of Howard Hanna Real Estate Services. Joe Wojcik Howard Hanna Real Estate Services has rebranded its mortgage, title and insurance businesses into a new unit called HannaFinancial. The units — Howard Hanna Mortgage Services, Howard Hanna Insurance […]

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Humana bribes people to make healthy choices — and it's working

Humana bribes people to make healthy choices — and it's working

​A three-year study by Humana Inc. shows positive health results from participation in… more William DeShazer Humana Inc. thinks its wellness rewards program works — and the company is using its own employees to prove it. The Louisville, Kentucky-based insurance giant has released a three-year impact study […]

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Humana bribes people to make healthy choices — and it's working

Humana bribes people to make healthy choices — and it's working

Humana Vitality isn’t only for Humana employees. About 3.9 million members are enrolled, but three-year results from those members won’t be available until Humana releases a broader impact analysis next year. Sick employees cost the U.S. economy more than $576 billion in 2012, according to research from […]

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Hundreds of thousands of Floridians with behavioral issues in Medicaid coverage gap

Hundreds of thousands of Floridians with behavioral issues in Medicaid coverage gap

In Florida, one of the 20 states to not yet expand Medicaid, there are almost 726,000… more iStock A new analysis released Monday outlines the benefits of Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act on those living with behavioral health problems. In particular, the analysis looked at […]

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Hundreds of thousands of Floridians with behavioral issues in Medicaid coverage gap

Hundreds of thousands of Floridians with behavioral issues in Medicaid coverage gap

In Florida, one of the 20 states to not yet expand Medicaid, there are almost 726,000… more iStock A new analysis released Monday outlines the benefits of Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act on those living with behavioral health problems. In particular, the analysis looked at […]

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Great American names new legal execs

Great American names new legal execs

Eve Cutler Rosen has been… more Courtesy Great American Insurance Group Sue Erhart has been promoted to general counsel at Great American Insurance Group. Courtesy Great American Insurance Group Great American Insurance Group has named two new leaders for its legal team. Sue Erhart has been promoted […]

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Hospital provider fee bill introduced in Colorado Legislature — with Republican Senate sponsor

Hospital provider fee bill introduced in Colorado Legislature — with Republican Senate sponsor

House Bill 1420, sponsored by Hullinghorst, D-Gunbarrel, would reconstitute the fee as an enterprise fund, removing revenues from cap limitations but otherwise keeping the program intact. It’s unlikely that it would have an immediate impact if passed, as Joint Budget Committee members made enough cuts to next […]

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Ohio State spinoff succeeding by turning neuromuscular therapy into art

Ohio State spinoff succeeding by turning neuromuscular therapy into art

Rekovo’s Embedded Arts software encourages patients recovering from stroke or injury to… more Rekovo An Ohio State University software spinoff turning neurological rehabilitation into art landed some unexpected free advertising on the Big Ten Network during basketball season, although the company itself wasn’t named. Now a regulatory […]

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Hundreds of thousands of Floridians with behavioral issues in Medicaid coverage gap

Hundreds of thousands of Floridians with behavioral issues in Medicaid coverage gap

A new analysis released Monday outlines the benefits of Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act on those living with behavioral health problems. In particular, the analysis looked at the proportion of uninsured people with substance abuse issues or mental illness in 2014. In Florida, one of […]

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