Pennsylvania To Launch New Health Insurance WebsitePennsylvania is getting ready to launch its own website to sell Affordable Care Act-compliant policies that will replace the federally operated Healthcare.gov to enroll people for the 2021 insurance year.
Survey Shows African Americans Much More Likely To Have Friends, Family Die From CoronavirusA new survey shows African Americans are more likely to have family and friends die from COVID-19 or from a respiratory illness.
Local Doctors' Offices Dealing With Increase In Concerned Calls Amid Coronavirus Outbreak As the number of positive coronavirus cases continues to grow, so does concern in the healthcare system.
Highmark Recognized As Supportive Workplace For LGBTQ CommunityYou may have caught sight of the nighttime rainbow displayed on the Highmark Building downtown.
Senator Bob Casey Goes On Offense Over Healthcare, Guns, Turkey, And ImpeachmentThe usually mellow Senator Bob Casey went on the offense when talking about healthcare, guns, Turkey and the impeachment inquiry.
Report: 100,000-Plus People Admitted Into Pa. Hospitals Last Year For Mental HealthMore than 100,000 people were taken to hospitals in Pennsylvania last year for a mental health disorder.
UPMC & Highmark Clarify What New Agreement Means For ConsumersAfter the healthcare providers signed an agreement, UPMC and Highmark clarified what it meant for consumers and their insurance plans.
UPMC Presenting Case On Day 2 Of Hearings With HighmarkLawyers for UPMC are making their case today in Harrisburg.
Hearing Underway As Judge Weighs Whether UPMC-Highmark Deal Has To ExpireThe looming end of a business relationship between UPMC and Highmark hangs in the balance during a hearing before a state judge.
Report: Judge Says UPMC-Highmark Agreement Deadline Cannot Be ExtendedA judge has reportedly ruled that Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro cannot extend the deadline on an agreement between UPMC and Highmark.
Barletta Claims Sen. Casey Campaign Ad On Pre-Existing Conditions Is 'Hurtful, Insensitive'A campaign ad for U.S. Sen. Bob Casey against his Republican challenger, U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta, featuring Stacie Ritter and her twin daughters with cancer is stirring up social media.