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Molina Healthcare's new centralized procurement operation saves time, money

Accounts payable and the cloud may hold the secret to providing quality healthcare. In a  Fierce  exclusive, Bryce Berg of Molina Healthcare talks about how the organization's in-house centralized procurement operation keeps  admini strative costs  down while expanding staff and membership.

Subsidy rulings mean more enrollment work for insurers

Given the opposing opinions coming out of two separate court rulings regarding Affordable Care Act subsidies, there's bound to be confusion among consumers interested in signing up for coverage during the next enrollment period.

Connect behavioral and medical health to better serve dual eligibles

As the fragmented healthcare system starts to see chronic illness and mental conditions collide, integrated behavioral and medical health is key to streamlining care and curbing costs for the dual-eligible patient population, psychiatrists from WellPoint and Molina Healthcare told an audience last week at the AHIP Institute in Seattle.

Humana, WellCare, Molina report strong Medicaid growth

Humana's first-quarter profit of $368 million beat analyst expectations but still dropped 22 percent from last year's first quarter of $473 million, partly due to marketing expenses and investments related to new products.

Average pay for insurer CEOs jumped to $14M

Some of the Affordable Care Act's biggest winners have been chief executives at insurance companies who have seen their salaries and benefits skyrocket since the law passed.

Cigna, Molina report strong earnings

Cigna reported strong growth in the third quarter, with both its revenue and membership increasing. Molina Healthcare also saw its profits and revenues increase, though its expenses did too.

Exchange officials hold back enrollment info from insurers

Health insurance exchanges opened for business last week, but insurers don't have a clear sense of how many people are enrolling in their plans.

Insurers, CDC work to stamp out diabetes, costs

America's Health Insurance Plans and four of its member insurers have joined the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help combat a major cause of rising healthcare costs--diabetes.

7 insurers intervene in Aetna suit against state Medicaid

Seven insurers--Paramount Advantage, UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Ohio, Molina Healthcare, CareSource, Buckeye Community Health Plan, Amerigroup and WellCare-- now are intervening in Aetna's lawsuit against Ohio for rejecting its contract to administer the state's Medicaid program after it initially selected the insurer.

State Medicaid contracts challenged again

The Ohio Medicaid system is being challenged again, this time by Aetna, which says it believes the state was wrong to terminate its contract earlier this month.