Centene Corporation operates as a multi-line managed care organization that provides medicaid and medicaid-related programs. The Company offers health plans in several states. Centene also provides specialty services including behavioral health, nurse triage, and treatment compliance.
How the poorest, sickest state got left behind by Obamacare.
The deal, if it goes through, marks a pursuit of big data across industries.
California's Democratic lawmakers are pondering ways to lay the groundwork for a single-payer health care system in the state. Supporters say such a system would cover everyone, streamline an unwieldy bureaucracy and bring down costs. Opponents say it could lead to unacceptably high taxes, a flight of doctors to other states and a rationing of care as patients’ needs overwhelm providers. We explain.
Prices and deductibles are rising. Networks are shrinking. And even some well-off Americans are questioning what they’re paying for.
This father that is worried his estate will be drained by expenses related to his son’s illness.
Today’s economic security programs lift tens of millions of Americans above the poverty line.
The Church of England is “incapable of self-governance in the care of children”, the independent inquiry into child abuse was told yesterday. David Greenwood, a lawyer representing survivors, said that if it was a school “it would have been closed down a long time ago” as it was an “inappropriate
The latest children in need statistics show that while more young people are being referred to social services, real help is dwindling
Children’s commissioner said figures including 500,000 getting care or support from the state were the ‘tip of the iceberg’
Obamacare’s repeal would affect many parts of the health-care system — but especially this one.
Squaremouth is an online company that compares travel insurance products from every major provider in the United States.
A U.S. budget deal adopted by Congress on Friday includes what advocates call a landmark compromise to provide an estimated $1.5 billion over 10 years to try to keep struggling families together, including those with babies born dependent on opioids.
Programs for low- and moderate-income families could bear the brunt of the cuts.
This case will be unlike anything he's dealt with.
2 million children will lose health coverage starting next month if Congress doesn’t renew funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) by Friday.
“I’m tired of my daughter's health being used as a political weapon," said Lisa Nunez, whose 11-year-old daughter is a CHIP recipient.
President Trump's October 12 executive order, if implemented as described, would destabilize insurance markets that cover millions of individuals and small businesses, undermine protections for people with pre-existing health conditions, and make health coverage far less comprehensive and less affordable than it is today.
President Trump has said that, politically, the best thing to do would be to let the Affordable Care Act (ACA) “explode.” This timeline tracks Administration actions that would sabotage the ACA by destabilizing private insurance markets or reversing the law’s historic gains in health coverage.
At the start of this year, the Affordable Care Act marketplaces were poised for greater stability and success going forward. Unfortunately, initial 2018 individual market rate filings — along with statements from insurers and state regulators — show that sabotage by the Administration, and uncertainty created by both the Administration and Congress, is taking a toll.
Last week at the annual Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, something felt different. Virtual health has always been one of the main topics in recent years, but this year it seemed as though the future had arrived. Steve Burrill, vice chairman, U.S. Health Care Providers leader, Deloitte LLP, discusses why the future is closer than we think, and how virtual health can deliver long-term value to the health care system.