New York Life has occupied its newly built-out offices at 1050 Hingham St. in Rockland.
Attorney General Maura Healey has sent a letter to doctors who provide addiction treatment services through the state’s Medicaid program, MassHealth, warning them against unlawfully charging people struggling with opioid addiction and vowed to take immediate and aggressive action against those who try to illegally profit off of vulnerable patients in Massachusetts.
Some consumers who buy their health insurance through the Massachusetts Health Connector could see their premiums rise by more than 25 percent next year if the federal government makes good on threats to end certain subsidies or if the fate of those subsidies remains unclear next week.
Boston Medical Center Health Plan and Tufts Health Public Plans have signed state contracts with a combined value of $1 billion per year to manage care for between 150,000 and 200,000 MassHealth members, the state announced Tuesday.
Massachusetts officials are sounding the alarm over a possible loss of federal money for certain health care programs, and advocates said its impact has already hit community health centers.
Title insurance underwriter CATIC has expanded operations in New England and opened a new office a new office in Yarmouth Port.
American International Group Inc. said on Monday it would reorganize into three new business units and will no longer have Commercial and Consumer businesses.
Passage of the Graham-Cassidy health care reform bill in Congress would force Massachusetts to either “dramatically step back” from its decades-long commitment to expanding coverage or find huge sums of new revenue or money within the budget to keep programming going, Gov. Charlie Baker said Thursday.
Business owners who are trying to get back on track after hurricanes Harvey and Irma now face a different sort of challenge: trying to recoup lost income from their insurers.
Both Massachusetts senators are now backing a bid to establish a federal single-payer health care system in the United States.
A former transportation security officer pleaded guilty and was sentenced recently in federal to fraudulently obtaining over $30,000 in workers’ compensation.
Gov. Charlie Baker, in a significant moment for the moderate Republican on the national stage, will testify Thursday before senators in Washington where, based on his written testimony, he plans to admonish the tenor of the debate over health care and urge a minimum two-year extension of premium cost sharing reduction payments worth millions of dollars to health insurers and residents in Massachusetts.
A Senate working group has wrapped up its series of public discussions on health care cost drivers but will continue talks with industry officials as its members aim to produce new cost control legislation this month or next.
Architectural Resources Cambridge, Coastal Heritage Bank and Perry Brokerage, among others, are featured in this week’s roundup.
Preliminary residential loss estimates for Hurricane Harvey are in, and an estimated 70 percent of flood damage from Hurricane Harvey is not covered by any insurance.
Most acute care hospital systems in Massachusetts were profitable during the 2016 fiscal year, but the median financial margin fell from the previous fiscal year, according to a new state report.
A slew of financial institutions, among others, are announcing changes to personnel in this week’s roundup.
Questions of how best to fund long-term care and how to encourage the use of community-based health services over costlier institutions are among the issues facing a group of senators developing legislation aimed at reining in health care costs.
The Office of the Attorney General has reached a settlement with a pediatric dentist in Springfield, returning $500,000 to the state’s Medicaid program (MassHealth) and resolving claims that the dentist improperly billed the program for services.
Tighe & Bond adds three to its team, Eastern Bank announced two leadership appointments and 10 other organizations announce personnel changes in this week’s personnel file.
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- $53M Upgrade Planned For South End Property
- Somerville Adds New Wrinkle To Amazon Pitches
- A Test Of Suburbs’ Resiliency
- Upgrades Set To Begin At Fenway Complex