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Blue Cross takes aim at 'well-being'

Blue Cross takes aim at 'well-being'

By Jay Greene  |  September 24, 2018

On Jan. 1, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan plans to roll out a new virtual well-being program to complement its online wellness and health education programs.

Some startup insurers are ditching the deductible

Some startup insurers are ditching the deductible

By Shelby Livingston  |  September 15, 2018

Two health insurance startups that are ditching high-deductible plans in favor of straightforward copays illustrate a growing sentiment that having patients pay more out of pocket won't tame rising healthcare costs and could harm patients' health.

WellCare scores Medicaid members, PBM as it closes Meridian deal

WellCare scores Medicaid members, PBM as it closes Meridian deal

By Shelby Livingston  |  September 04, 2018

The deal, first announced in late May, boosts WellCare's Medicaid membership in Illinois and Michigan and gives it a foundation to build its internal pharmacy management capabilities, which could help the insurer save on prescription drug costs.

Blue Cross Michigan signs deal with Express Scripts

Blue Cross Michigan signs deal with Express Scripts

By Jay Greene  |  August 27, 2018

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan has approved a plan to contract with St. Louis-based Express Scripts for its retail commercial business in Michigan. The contract is effective Jan. 1.

More health insurers score rating upgrades in first half of 2018

More health insurers score rating upgrades in first half of 2018

By Shelby Livingston  |  August 22, 2018

Credit rating agency A.M. Best upgraded ratings of more health insurers in the first half of 2018 than in the same period last year, as companies reported improved operating results in ACA exchanges and continued to turn a profit in other markets.

Nevada business groups launch association health plan

Nevada business groups launch association health plan

By Harris Meyer  |  August 17, 2018

Three chambers of commerce in Nevada will be among the first small-business groups in the country to offer an association health plan, taking advantage of a new Trump administration rule to sidestep Affordable Care Act rules and offer cheaper plans.

States draw sharp limits on association health plans

States draw sharp limits on association health plans

By Harris Meyer  |  August 07, 2018

State insurance regulators have expressed confusion and worry over the Trump administration's new rule expanding association plans, with some issuing emergency rules and guidances limiting their operations.

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