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  • Express Scripts drops Gilead hep C drugs for cheaper AbbVie rival

    The largest U.S. pharmacy benefit manager said on Monday it has lined up a cheaper price for AbbVie Inc's newly approved hepatitis C treatment and, in most cases, will no longer cover Gilead Sciences Inc's treatments after trying for nearly a year to...
  • Two more Colorado foreclosure law firms charged with fraud

    Colorado's Attorney General John Suthers has sued two more law firms in the state for fraud, accusing them of inflating foreclosure costs charged to homeowners, his office said. As part of an ongoing investigation, Suthers has filed eight civil law...
  • Express Scripts alters financial landscape for drugs

    PHILADELPHIA The health care economic landscape shifted again Monday when Express Scripts, the nation's largest pharmacy benefits manager, chose sides in the high-priced market for hepatitis C medication. St. Louis-based Express Scripts said it will...
  • Anthem buys Simply Healthcare for estimated $1 billion

    MIAMI Simply Healthcare Holdings, a Coral Gables-based managed care company, has sold to Anthem, Inc., a publicly traded health insurer with headquarters in Indianapolis, for an estimated $1 billion. The two companies confirmed the deal but would not...
  • Mayo Clinic faces new price of success

    Angie Carlson faced a tough choice when buying health insurance for her employees at DataIQ in Eden Prairie, Minn. last year: Keep her existing coverage, which allowed employees to use the Mayo Clinic, or exclude Mayo and instantly save 5 percent on...
  • Mayo seeks to dominate with data

    ROCHESTER, Minn. � Patients arrive at the Mayo Clinic from all over the world, thousands a day, each presenting a different medical challenge. Some have illnesses so rare that even medical journals don't offer a time-tested treatment plan....
  • Cautiously, Mayo builds an empire

    EDGEWOOD, Ky. � Jordan Hatfield's case puzzled the doctors. A champion javelin thrower and top student at Northern Kentucky University, Hatfield developed stomach pains and insomnia during his sophomore year. Then came headaches, vision problems...
  • Families struggle to care for victims of violence

    Families struggle to care for victims of violence
    His mother remembers the way he used to be: a daredevil with an athletic build who drove a red Pontiac Firebird, listened to hard rock bands like Metallica and did handstands on his thumbs. But when a neighbor waving a gun shot Charles "Chuck" Ropka...
  • MetLife designated too big to fail

    MetLife designated too big to fail
    Federal regulators Friday designated MetLife Inc. for special oversight, saying the insurer is so big that its failure or other major problems would pose a threat to the U.S. financial system. In a 9-1 vote, the Financial Stability Oversight Council --...
  • Surprised U.S. lobbyists push quick 2015 terrorism insurance renewal

    Lobbyists for insurers, real estate financiers and businesses launched into action this week to urge quick renewal of a terrorism insurance program in 2015 after U.S. lawmakers left it to expire at the end of this year. Industry officials said they...
  • Paid family leave benefits employers as well

    Paid family leave benefits employers as well
    The holiday season can be a time of great joy. But for many working parents, the holidays are also a stark reminder of how tenuous their employment and benefits are. When you have paid time off, spending time with family is joyous, but what if you...