Highmark Declares 'War On Opioids,' Makes Changes To Slow EpidemicHighmark has declared a "War on Opioids," saying it's making changes to slow down the growing epidemic.
New Deal Between UPMC, Highmark Extends In-Network AccessUnder a new agreement, Highmark health insurance will maintain in-network access to UPMC hospitals in western Pennsylvania.
Peduto Submits Budget And Calls On Non-Profits To Ante UpMayor Bill Peduto submitted next year's $554 million operating budget to city council on Monday, and, no surprise, he hailed the balanced budgets of recent years.
Highmark's Allegheny Health Network Announces $1B ExpansionHighmark Health says it's spending $1 billion to expand its Allegheny Health Network hospital chain.
Pa. Insurance Rates To Go Up For Plans Through Affordable Care ActDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf's administration is blaming President Donald Trump for a sharp increase in the cost of health insurance that'll take effect next year for residents who buy individual plans.
New, Easy Way To Meet The Right Doctor For You & Your FamilyThere's a fast and easy new way to find the best doctor for you and your family.
Highmark Leads The Way In Boosting Obamacare Insurance RatesIf you are one of the 426,000 Pennsylvanians who get health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, there is good news and bad news.
Allegheny Health Network To Build New Cancer CenterAllegheny Health Network has announced plans to spend $200 million to build a new academic and research cancer center.
Highmark May Be Dropping MedExpress From Its CoverageHighmark is putting one of the area’s most popular quick stops for medical service on notice.
Fourth Open Enrollment Period Opens Under Affordable Health Care ActThe fourth open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act began Tuesday.
Feds: Woman Repeatedly Dislocated Shoulder To Get Pain PillsA Pennsylvania woman charged with purposely and repeatedly dislocating her shoulder so she could get painkillers is scheduled to plead guilty.
Court Says UPMC Must Keep Cheaper Rates In Medicare PlansPennsylvania seniors and others enrolled in an insurer's Medicare Advantage plans won't have to pay comparatively higher rates in the coming years for services through the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, the state Supreme Court ruled Monday.