Allegheny Health Network
A new bike sharing program looks to finally get off the ground in Pittsburgh.
The ongoing dispute between Highmark and UPMC is heating up again.
There was a lot of excitement Monday over a new Allegheny Health Network urgent care center in Braddock.
The Allegheny Health Network is teaming up with Celtic Healthcare to form a for-profit home health care company to compete with the rival University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Most Highmark subscribers will soon lose low-cost access to UPMC in a consent agreement Highmark agreed to.
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The death of Thomas Eric Duncan, from the Ebola virus he contracted in West Africa, has now led to the first transmitted case of Ebola in the United States, in a nurse who cared for Duncan at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.
For an area known for strip malls, the new kid on the block is a medical mall.
Officials with health insurer Highmark Inc. and the Pennsylvania Insurance Department have spelled out a plan for Highmark customers to continue using doctors from the rival University of Pittsburgh Medical Center once Highmark’s provider agreement with UPMC ends Jan. 1.
The Allegheny Health Network has announced that its hospital campuses will be going smoke-free.
David Holmberg has been Highmark’s CEO for just eight weeks. And the region’s largest insurance company — that now provides health services through its Allegheny Health Network — has been embroiled with UPMC.
UPMC has agreed to allow some Highmark insurance enrollees under certain conditions to continue using its doctors and facilities at in-network rates under a consent decree filed in court Friday after a long and bitter fight between the two western Pennsylvania health care giants.
UPMC and Highmark have agreed to a transition plan, sources tell KDKA-TV money editor Jon Delano.
An honor at PNC Park for the paramedics and EMTs who responded when 20 students and a now-retired school resource officer were stabbed at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville last month.
Amy Reed, 40, is an anesthesiologist in Boston and the mother of six children ages, one to 12.