The buzz at HIMSS has shifted from meaningful use and health IT adoption, to tapping into artificial intelligence, generating actionable data, and, importantly, embracing consumerism.
UnitedHealthcare, the nation's biggest health insurer, will pass drugmaker rebates along to some customers starting next year, giving a potential break to those taking expensive prescriptions.
New York City health officials are adopting a program first developed by insurance giant UnitedHealthcare to make eating healthier less cost-prohibitive.
UnitedHealthcare and Premier Health have forged a multiyear agreement that allows United's 200,000 members in southwest Ohio to access the provider in-network.
In a rational political environment, there's a strong argument for tax reform—the next item on President Donald Trump's agenda. But we don't live in such an environment. Cutting taxes when the economy is near full employment will do nothing more than blow a massive hole in the federal budget.
UnitedHealth Group is shutting down its health plan experiment featuring staff providers offering unlimited primary and behavioral care at no charge.
The CMS will have to defend in court its Affordable Care Act rule that treats Medicare Advantage overpayments like False Claims Act violations after a federal judge refused to toss UnitedHealthcare's lawsuit challenging it.
The U.S. Justice Department has joined a whistle-blower lawsuit claiming that UnitedHealth Group and affiliated health plans defrauded the Medicare program, collecting millions of dollars by claiming patients were sicker than they really were.
The U.S. Justice Department has joined a whistle-blower lawsuit claiming that UnitedHealth Group and affiliated health plans have been gaming the Medicare program and fraudulently collecting millions of dollars by claiming patients were sicker than they really were.
Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers' executive director, Dr. Jeffrey Brenner, will leave his post and take a new role as Unitedhealthcare's senior vice president of integrated health and human services.
Iowa's controversial privatized Medicaid program is facing intense scrutiny and financial concerns from the health insurers that run it—Anthem's Amerigroup, AmeriHealth Caritas and UnitedHealthcare.
Star ratings are usually what draw consumers to Advantage plans. And insurers will once again see who's gaining beneficiaries as open enrollment for Medicare ends this week.