Jan 212016
 
Consumers lack savvy on health care, study shows
Cincinnati.com
It's long been argued that if consumers are shopping with their own money, they will be savvier in their choices of services and doctors. But a research letter published Tuesday highlights a need for “greater availability of price information” as well

Jan 102016
 

WSLS
Carilion Pharmacy offers health screenings to bridge gap between check-ups
WSLS
Carilion's Crystal Spring pharmacy offered free A1C and lipid testing to monitor blood sugar and cholesterol levels Saturday to help provide awareness as a test run to see if they can gain enough interest to make it a regular offering to the public.

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Dec 242015
 

BurlingtonFreePress.com
Opinion: Behavior's impact on health
BurlingtonFreePress.com
The United Health Foundation just released its annual America's Health Rankings. Again, Vermont finds itself near the top of the charts as the second healthiest state. We have ranked No. 1 or No. 2 healthiest for seven years running. At the same time, …

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Aug 072015
 

Wall Street Journal
CVS Health Gives Soft Outlook Despite Strong Pharmacy Sales
Wall Street Journal
Its pharmacy benefits management, or PBM, business won $11 billion in net new business in the recent quarter, in part because of the broad health coverage it offers. The results topped the company's forecast, although the outlook for the third quarter

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Aug 062015
 

azcentral.com
Glendale sees surge in healthcare development
azcentral.com
The Glendale 24-hour emergency room is part of a surge of health-care-development projects recently completed, under construction or in the pipeline in the West Valley's largest city. That includes a half dozen senior-living facilities with a combined

Aug 032015
 
News | Morning Agenda: Health Care Deals Raise Doubts for Consumers
New York Times (blog)
HEALTH CARE DEALS RAISE DOUBTS FOR CONSUMERS | The recent frenzy of mergers among health insurers promised big savings, but not everyone is convinced that consumers will see that, Reed Abelson reports in The New York Times. The tie-up …