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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.

Published in Health Biz

Priority Health’s partnership with the trade association representing banks across Michigan potentially provides a model the insurer could use in the future when making similar arrangements with other organizations.

Published in Health Biz

Priority Health’s earnings grew significantly through the second quarter of 2014.

Published in Health Biz

The proposed 2015 premium adjustments for health plans created under Obamacare show rates going up, down and everywhere in between.

Published in Finance

More employers like Allied Electric Inc. are turning to defined contribution models that let workers pick the best coverage for their needs on one of the growing number of private exchanges. It’s one way businesses are creatively reining in escalating health insurance costs.

Published in Health Biz

As if employers didn’t have enough headaches in managing their employees’ health benefits, now they face an emerging trend that carries an enormous price tag: the growing number of specialty drugs to treat complex medical conditions.

Published in Health Biz

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan’s loss on health insurance policies deepened in 2013, led once again by an individual market that has long been a drag on earnings.

Published in Health Biz

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan recorded net income of $265 million last year, driven largely by earnings from its subsidiaries. The insurer’s bottom line, however, was smaller than it was in 2012 and it continued to lose money on health coverage for more than 4.45 million people.

Published in Health Biz

Signing five more health systems into a new reimbursement contract that shifts how hospitals are paid gives Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan added traction to execute similar deals across the state.

Published in Health Biz

Severely obese ring up nearly double the health care costs compared to individuals with a healthy weight, according to a new study from the Center for Healthcare Research and Transformation.

Published in Health Biz
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