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Magellan Health Services Incorporated

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  • Magellan Health Services Awarding Former CEO René Lerer $4.2 Million In Cash

    The former chief executive of Magellan Health Services Inc., Dr. René Lerer, is receiving a $4.2 million cash award for his performance, according to a company filing March 5 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Lerer stepped down as CEO...
  • Magellan Health's Earnings Up For Quarter, Year

    Magellan Health Services Inc. beat Wall Street analysts' expectations on earnings, but missed on revenue for the final quarter of 2012. The company's earnings, reported Thursday, leapt nearly 26 percent compared to the same quarter a year earlier, $37...
  • Top Workplaces: Special Awards

    In addition to the overall winners,  these organizations were chosen based on standard scores in employee responses to the statements shown. Leadership I have confidence in the leader of this company Large: Elsa Nunez, Eastern Connecticut State...
  • Mental Health Resources Now Available for Flood Victims

    Mental Health Resources Now Available for Flood Victims
    The Our Home, Louisiana Coalition, founded by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana, relaunches a toll-free Information Resource Line to provide support to Louisiana flood victims. The line is provided and staffed by coalition partner Magellan...
  • Recession takes psychological toll

    Recession takes psychological toll
    At the height of the recession last year, Deanna Ross was busy training the newly unemployed and others how to form support groups to cope with mental illness in these stressful times. Then Ross lost her own job as a regional field worker at the National...
  • Starved for adequate care

    Anorexia nervosa struck Janell Smith, a teacher's assistant, when she was 23. The active young woman loved by her family and friends began to disappear, overtaken by a tyrannical inner voice that told her she was too fat to deserve to eat. Swallowing even...
  • Coalition Launches Toll-Free Mental Health Information Resource Line for Gulf Coast Residents

    Coalition Launches Toll-Free Mental Health Information Resource Line for Gulf Coast Residents
    The Our Home, Louisiana Coalition – founded by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana to improve the health and welfare of Louisianians affected by the crisis in the Gulf – has launched a toll-free Information Resource Line provided and staffed by...
  • What corporate certification means

    By 5 p.m. today, 695 of the nation's largest companies must certify to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington that the results of their companies' finances are true. The rule affects nine companies based in the Baltimore region --...