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Centene's unit had admitted having inadequate networks of covered doctors for its Obamacare plans in Washington.
Lower unecessary ambulance usage can translate both to lower wait times for for ambulances, and lower bills to patients.
Venture capitalists and start-ups are betting they can play a crucial role in helping fix one of the country's most vexing problems.
Fitbit won't be profitable and will continue to burn through cash next year, Stifel writes, downgrading it to a sell rating.
Wait times at HealthCare.gov's call center were 30 minutes or more Friday morning, an unusually long wait for that time.
Goldman Sachs raises its rating to buy for the generic drugmaker, citing Teva's aggressive cost-cutting targets for the next two years.
Siemens' businesses will become akin to a "fleet of ships" in order to adapt to the digital age, its chief executive told CNBC on Friday.
Demand has been strong for Obamacare plans, but because of an earlier deadline this year, enrollment nationally is expected to drop.
Famed short seller Jim Chaos told CNBC that he believes "winter is coming" for health care stocks.
Jurors were sent home for the day after an investor in Shkreli's company was asked about interactions he had with federal officials.
This conversation may be awkward, yet it can save you and your family members a lot of pain.
Teens are using more marijuana as they continue to drop cigarettes, according to a new survey.
Some of the most inspiring health success stories of 2017 were the ones most overlooked, says Sue Desmond-Hellmann.
The drop-off between customers who selected an Obamacare plan and those who paid for one was similar to last year.
In 39 states served by the federal health exchange, enrollment ends Friday. But most other states have later deadlines.
Half the world's population cannot access health services, while others are forced into extreme poverty to pay for care they cannot afford.
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