NEW YORK— Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:. Health Net Inc., up $6.51 to $71.57. The managed health care services company is being bought by Medicaid coverage provider Centene Corp. for about $6.3 billion.» Read More
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Feb 3- Health insurer Centene Corp posted a better-than-expected quarterly profit as it added more Medicaid members under Obamacare. Premium and service revenue rose 54 percent to $4.42 billion in the fourth quarter as Centene expanded in Florida, Ohio, Washington, Texas and Illinois. Centene's managed care membership rose 41 percent to 4.1 million in the...
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The new insurance marketplace will feature low cost smaller networks that advocates say may not provide suitable health care to plan members.
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Companies are testing medical plans that limit what they will pay for certain procedures, encouraging employees to choose less expensive hospitals.
Transplant experts will meet to decide whether and how to change the rules for children, after the parents of two youngsters successfully sued to get restrictions temporarily lifted.
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