It’s not campaign season, but you might think so with the back-and-forth television ads from UPMC and Highmark.
More than 450 jobs were eliminated from the West Penn Allegheny Health System today.
Just last year, more than 2,200 local uninsured patients received free healthcare thanks to the Catholic Charities Free Health Care Center.
Some employers say they find the Affordable Care Act – unaffordable. Instead of extending coverage to some employees, they’re cutting their hours.
It’s all fun in the sun until the hassle of sunscreen.
Heritage Valley Health System in Beaver may face a strike if contract agreements are not made within two weeks.
The battle continues to heat up between UPMC and Highmark.
In Pittsburgh Wednesday afternoon, Pa. State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale has a warning to UPMC and Highmark.
A federal judge has approved the withdrawal of a proposed settlement of health insurance ratepayers and insurer Highmark Inc.
An expansion of Medicaid eligibility under a 2010 landmark federal health care law would boost the state’s finances by hundreds of millions of dollars a year, the Pennsylvania Legislature’s nonpartisan fiscal analysts said Tuesday.
There was another step forward in the plan by Highmark to take over the struggling West Penn Allegheny Health System.
In the early morning hours, sheriff deputies deliver an inmate to a methadone clinic in Homewood — a trip they make about 20 times a month — at taxpayer expense.
They’re behind bars, but prisoners at the Allegheny County Jail are getting some of the best medical treatment in the world, and you’re picking up the tab — about $12 million a year.
Healthcare costs are expected to rise this year on everything from prescription drugs to co-pays. However, there are ways you can save and even get care for free.
Ruby Memorial Hospital and WVU Children’s Hospital have new rules for visitors to help curtail the spread of the flu.