Health Net stands out among insurers as a company that remains positive about the healthcare reform law and its impact, regardless of the uncertainty, political debates and technical problems surrounding the health insurance exchange rollout.
As Health Net reported its meager third-quarter results, CEO Jay Gellert said the California-based insurer is working to turn itself around, in part by extending its contracts to manage certain health programs.
Broad trends and discussions pre-date the reform law and will continue post-Supreme Court ruling, according to experts at AHIP Institute 2012.
Better integrated care, improved population health and enhanced consumer engagement are the three keys to a high-value, low-cost healthcare system, three chief executives from major insurers said Thursday during the AHIP Institute 2012 in Salt Lake City.
In the long and varied list of keynote speakers at this year's America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) Institute is an impressive range of experienced perspectives. They are sure to provide...
California-based insurer Health Net reported lower-than-expected earnings for the first quarter and cut earnings projections for 2012, causing its stock to tumble, reported the Los Angeles Times and
Health Net (NYSE:HNT) is selling its Medicare prescription drug plan to CVS for about $160 million, the insurer announced Monday. It expects to gain $140 million in net cash from the deal, Bloomberg
An increasingly popular way to control rising healthcare costs has become so-called narrow network plans in which businesses and individuals get a sizeable break on their premiums by agreeing to only
Jay Gellert- Health Net (NYSE: HNT) Total 2009 Compensation: $3,643,342 Compensation breakdown: Base salary of $1,200,000 Non-equity incentive plan compensation worth $1,587,600 Change in pension
Jay Gellert- Health Net Total Compensation: $4,425,355 Details: Gellert, whose company is considering selling off divisions in at least four states, earned nearly $740,000 in additional compensation