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Aetna Inc., the Connecticut-based health insurer wants Pittsburgh to know that the carpetbagger suggestion is misplaced. "That is just so far from the truth, [we] feel obliged to correct it," said Walt Cherniak, a spokesman for Aetna. Aetna --
But when a man buys a health care policy through the new federal health insurance exchange -- one of only 2,200 or so Pennsylvanians to do so and one of just 27,000 nationally -- that qualifies as a bona fide news story. Joseph Lucas is a South Side
Partly because the Affordable Care Act's HealthCare.gov website has been such a train wreck, and partly because insurers and federal officials don't want to trumpet the availability of "net-zero" premium plans, the availability of such plans largely
Among the many questions to be answered when the subsidized health plans are unveiled is how comprehensive -- or how minimal -- prescription drug coverage will be, particularly when it comes to brand-name drugs and specialized therapies. For people
Altoona facility accessible to all members of the public, without qualification."...Highmark Inc., which is the dominant health insurer in Blair County. Highmark beyond 2014 now that Highmark is building a competing health care delivery network, but
Pa. (AP) The president and chief executive officer of Altoona Regional Health System says its move to affiliate with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center is set to be announced July 1. The Altoona Mirror ( http://bit.ly/1al7gM4 ) reports that
Lebanon resident Matthew Rutkowski, and businesses Moss Architects and Iron Gate Technology claim that Highmark and the other insurers "have explicitly agreed not to compete with one another" and "have attempted to entrench and perpetuate the
Pennsylvania's dominant network, for patients and their health care dollars. The takeover is a landmark transaction, said Pennsylvania's insurance commissioner, Michael Consedine, and proponents of the deal hope it will slow the growth of health care
Highmark Inc. 's planned $475 million takeover of the financially struggling West Penn Allegheny Health System could potentially benefit consumers, but isn't without financial risks, two consultants hired by state regulators to vet the deal reported.
Highmark Inc. and Iagnosis Inc. today announced a new relationship to jointly build awareness of an innovative dermatology service in an effort to reduce treatment wait times for residents of Pennsylvania , West Virginia and Delaware .