Health insurance giant Anthem, formerly known as WellPoint, closed its 2014 books with fourth-quarter earnings more than triple those in the same period the prior year.
Lyn Ketelsen has been named HCA's first chief patient experience officer.
Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin is like the dog that caught up to the car he was chasing. Now what?
UnitedHealth Group beat the predictions of Wall Street analysts in the fourth quarter in what turned out to be a better-than-expected year for the health insurer.
The CMS has fined Providence Health Plan in Beaverton, Ore., for what federal officials deemed “systemic” Medicare Advantage infractions.
Stocks at publicly traded health insurers, which skyrocketed in 2014, should remain strong market performers this year, despite the overall market's early setbacks this week, analysts predict.
Health insurers have lots of challenges ahead as they monitor the development of the healthcare reform law's marketplaces.
Insurers are at odds with providers and consumer advocacy groups over the Obama administration's guidance on network adequacy. In the proposed rule, the CMS indicated that it will hold off on issuing additional regulations dealing with provider networks until after the National Association of...
It has been two years since Anthem made an acquisition, but the lull is over. The health insurer said Monday that it will buy Simply Healthcare Holdings, a Florida-based HMO for Medicare and Medicaid members.
In the ongoing rush of healthcare deals, perhaps no other health system has been as aggressive as Catholic Health Initiatives, which has executed a dozen transactions in the past three years that have expanded its operations into health insurance and established a $1 billion foothold in Texas.
Florida will liquidate the assets of a Medicare Advantage insurer, ending the company's short and troubled history.
Florida intends to liquidate the assets of a Medicare Advantage insurer by the first of the year, ending the company's short and troubled history.