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Reversing her announcement last week that Rhode Island’s state-run health insurance exchange would require $4.6 million in the state budget for fiscal year 2015, HealthSource RI Executive Director Christine Ferguson said Tuesday that state funding would no longer be necessary after a clarification of the federal government’s role in the exchange. more
HealthSource RI, Rhode Island’s state-run health insurance exchange, will seek $4.6 million from the state government for fiscal year 2015, Executive Director Christine Ferguson said Thursday. more
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island has been named a “Rhode Island Energy Champion” for being the first company to successfully complete the Rhode Island Energy Challenge: Find Your Four Campaign. more
Health Insurance Commissioner Dr. Kathleen C. Hittner has approved lower 2015 premium rate increases than requested by Rhode Island’s four health insurance companies for several individual, small group and large employer plans. more
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts has introduced the state’s first private online health care exchange to give employees greater choice in their health care plans, the Boston Business Journal reported Wednesday. more
Lifespan and Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island on Tuesday announced a three-year agreement to share risk through an accountable-care payment model designed to better coordinate patient care and contain health care costs. more
The National League of Cities coalition has selected Providence as one of eight cities nationwide to receive a two-year grant of up to $260,000, building on previous funding that supported the development of a city outreach campaign to enroll children and families in RIte Care, the state’s Medicaid-managed care program for low-income families. more
Rhode Island Primary Care Physicians Corp. and UnitedHealthcare of New England have created an accountable care organization to improve care coordination and provide enhanced health services for more than 15,000 Rhode Island residents enrolled in UnitedHealthcare’s employer-sponsored health plans. more
Massachusetts officials said that the state’s Health Connector website will cost $254 million, which is $80 million more than originally budgeted, the Boston Business Journal reported Wednesday. more
Rhode Island community health centers contributed an estimated $226 million to the state’s economy in 2013 and supported 1,779 jobs, according to a study released Friday by the Rhode Island Health Center Association. more
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