Over the years, the number of nuns has dropped and the property on Perrysville Avenue became too costly to maintain. The sisters moved into another convent in Richland, while leaving behind a place filled with history.
A federal judge has approved the withdrawal of a proposed settlement of health insurance ratepayers and insurer Highmark Inc.
Hundreds of West Penn Allegheny employees cheered the announcement that the Pennsylvania Insurance Department has signed off on that health system’s affiliation with Highmark, this region’s largest insurance company.
Highmark has launched a new advertisement designed to rally support for its acquisition of West Penn Allegheny with a pointed attack on its rival UPMC.
There was another step forward in the plan by Highmark to take over the struggling West Penn Allegheny Health System.
Are UPMC and Highmark really not-for-profit? Pittsburgh City Council is speaking out today against a state bill that would remove their power to go after big non-profits for property taxes.
KDKA’s Rob Pratte talk with the Director of The Highmark Caring Place Terese Vorsheck and Ballet star Maria Caruso about what they have worked on together to help kids and their grief.
KDKA Radio’s Rob Pratte talked with Joe Friedman, an attorney with Thorpe, Reed and Armstrong about the court case between Highmark and UPMC.
A one-stop shop medical mall is coming to the North Hills. Highmark announced on Thursday that it will construct an all-purpose medical facility off Perry Highway in Wexford.
Dozens of Allegheny County families will have presents under the tree this year thanks to donations from Highmark.
Promoted as the largest single day celebration in the region, First Night will feature more than one hundred acts performing in more than 50 locations throughout the Cultural District.
Allegheny County Judge Christine Ward has essentially ordered West Penn Allegheny Health System (WPAHS) to renew negotiations with Highmark, declaring that WPAHS cannot talk to any other possible suitor without breaching its original affiliation agreement.
Rob Pratte sat down with attorney Joe Friedman from Throp, Reed and Armstrong — a law firm that deals with healthcare.
They were once partners, and both say they are open to partnering again. But on Thursday in court, West Penn Allegheny and Highmark accused each other of breaking the original deal that would have merged the hospital system with this region’s largest health insurer.