Consulting firm West Monroe Partners is acquiring Invoyent, a small Chicago company that provides software and consulting services to health insurers.
Express Scripts Holding Co. grew its second-quarter profit by 21% even though the pharmacy benefit management company filled fewer prescription drug claims for its customers.
UnitedHealthcare has acquired Rocky Mountain Health Plans, a not-for-profit insurance provider based in Grand Junction, Colo.
A superficial reading of the latest headlines about the health insurance industry suggests it is facing serious problems, but the steady drumbeat of bad news for insurers is showing up everywhere except in the finances of the major carriers.
For the next four years, California's public hospitals will collectively receive up to $472 million annually to cover hospital visits for the uninsured as part of a waiver meant to reform the state's Medicaid program.
The U.S. Defense Department is shuffling the insurance players in the Tricare program, which provides healthcare coverage for U.S. military members and their families.
Indiana's Medicaid expansion will likely continue despite Gov. Mike Pence withdrawing from the state's gubernatorial race to join Donald Trump as his running mate.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary to acquire largest New York medical malpractice insurer
A subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway has agreed to acquire New York's largest medical malpractice insurer in a deal that could have wide-ranging effects on doctors, hospitals and dentists statewide.
UnitedHealthcare and Amerigroup paid $6.6 million in improper and questionable Medicaid physician payments in New York, according to an audit by the state comptroller.
Since the start of the opioid drug abuse epidemic, health officials have promoted the role providers should play in solving the crisis by writing fewer prescriptions for opioid painkillers.
'We need a healthcare policy in this country. We don't have one. We have a healthcare financing policy'
Modern Healthcare editor Merrill Goozner recently asked Ascension CEO Anthony Tersigni about the steps they've taken to reduce the financial burden for low-income people when they access the healthcare system and other major issues affecting the sprawling system's operations.
Land of Lincoln Health, an Obamacare insurer launched three years ago to bring competition to the online exchange in Illinois, is liquidating amid big financial losses.