West Penn Allegheny Health System
Just a week after the Justice Department made their ruling in the Highmark-West Penn Allegheny Health System proposed merger, the Pennsylvania Department of Insurance held a public hearing on Tuesday.
Dr. Kenneth Melani has quickly become the face of Highmark, testifying before legislative committees and often speaking bluntly of UPMC’s CEO Jeffry Romoff.
For people whose hearts stop, bystander CPR is done in only one in three instances and only half the time it’s done right.
West Penn Allegheny’s STAR Center is providing free CPR and AED training in honor of Heart Health Month, which is next month.
CEOs from Highmark and UPMC spoke to a state Senate committee in Oakland about ongoing contract talks. One purpose of the hearing was to discuss the process of separation between Highmark and UPMC.
The agreement between Highmark and West Penn Allegheny Health System includes reopening the emergency room at West Penn Hospital in Bloomfield.
Officials with the West Penn Allegheny Health System and Highmark have formally announced a deal in which the insurer will take over the hospital network.
The landmark deal in June that cemented the partnership between Highmark Inc. and the West Penn Allegheny Health System has caused no shortage of bad blood between Highmark, western Pennsylvania’s largest health insurance provider, and WPAH’s chief rival, UPMC.
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Highmark said it was buying West Penn Allegheny Health System Tuesday. The KDKA Investigators have learned that the announcement may involve major changes at West Penn Hospital.
Most people think of Highmark as an insurance company and UPMC as a medical provider, but the lines are getting blurred.
Executives from health care giants Highmark and West Penn Allegheny Health System have taken steps today that will lead to Highmark’s acquisition of the WPAHS.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to a local psychiatrist about Summer SAD.
Pittsburgh’s two health insurance giants are going to war – and you’re in the cross hairs.