GRAND RAPIDS — The planned opening of two Florida centers this fall will mark the first steps in a national growth strategy for Grand Rapids-based Neurocore LLC in the years ahead.
Small businesses across West Michigan can generally expect to pay moderately more for employee health coverage next year.
An analysis of 2015 financial information shows the state’s expansion of Medicaid under Obamacare drove strong profits for one sector of the Michigan economy: health management organizations (HMOs).
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan plans to ramp up a telemedicine service that enables members to connect electronically with physicians to discuss minor medical issues.
Priority Health posted strong earnings and membership growth in 2015 for both its commercial and Medicaid health plans.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan’s partnership with an arm of WebMD Health Corp. could help to extend wellness into an area where it’s gained the least traction: small businesses.
After years of steadily rising rates for employee health coverage, small employers may finally get a little relief this year and next from the steep increases of the past.
A new Medicare health plan for senior citizens in Kalamazoo and seven other counties builds on Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan’s push for localized products formed with care providers in specific markets.
If Muskegon and four other communities around the nation actually manage to find their Way to Wellville over the span of the five-year program, they could very well offer a national roadmap for attacking a fundamental cause of high health care costs.
Priority Health’s earnings grew significantly through the second quarter of 2014.