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Priority Health posted strong earnings and membership growth in 2015 for both its commercial and Medicaid health plans. 

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GRAND RAPIDS — Backed by a recent $2 million capital raise, a startup Grand Rapids-based digital health company plans to expand its sales force and further develop its software that allows patients to receive virtual care at home. 

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Armed with a new analysis that shows wide disparities in the costs of treatments in urban and rural areas in West Michigan, insurers now have an opportunity to examine the causes of those variances.

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An annual report by Grand Valley State University provides further data on how widely spending on health care can vary from one market to another — even those within relatively close proximity.

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Joan Budden moves into the president and CEO position at Priority Health in mid- January, when she will lead one of the largest health plans in Michigan.

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As she transitions next month to chief executive of one of the state’s largest health insurers, Joan Budden wants to reach out to clients and care providers to get their view of how Priority Health is doing.

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Monday, 07 December 2015 14:16

Joan Budden named CEO of Priority Health

Joan Budden will become the new president and CEO at Priority Health in January. Budden, who joined Priority Health six years ago as chief marketing officer, succeeds retiring president and CEO Mike Freed as head of one of the largest health plans in Michigan.

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The state will maintain the present definition of what constitutes a small employer for health benefits in Michigan, avoiding the need for businesses with 51 to 100 employees to possibly alter their insurance coverage.

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Employers in West Michigan generally held firm this year in the health coverage they offer employees, incorporating only “mild” changes in benefits packages even as they continued to look for ways to curtail rising costs.

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In the pursuit of a healthy workforce, companies often create wellness challenges and offer some incentives for employees to eat well, get enough exercise and avoid smoking. But when nothing has changed at the end of the year, those same companies are left wondering where they went wrong.

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