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Education

How Can Dallas Employers Create Health Equity?

Access to transportation, education, housing, and quality food are all becoming issues employers are looking to address.
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Events

How Can DFW Improve its Citizens’ Social Determinants of Health?

What employers, providers, and the community can do, and why they should care.
By Shefali Konda
Insurance & Benefits

United Healthcare Temporarily Reverses Policy Denying Non-Emergent ED Payments

Earlier this month, UnitedHealthcare announced that the company would retroactively deny reimbursement for some non-emergent claims. Now, it's changing its tune.
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Events

Join Us for a Discussion About Healthcare Inequity and Potential Solutions

D CEO Healthcare's next breakfast panel will look at what the business and healthcare communities can do to address the issue and why it matters.
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Insurance & Benefits

Why Your Insurer Wants You to Go Back to the Doctor

Rising margins for insurance companies signal a dangerous fall-off in regular healthcare visits due to the pandemic.

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Insurance & Benefits

Pandemic May Have Moved Texas Closer to New Primary Care Payment Model

Scott Flannery, UnitedHealthcare's North Texas and Oklahoma CEO, weighs on in industry changes.
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Coronavirus

How the Large Insurers are Covering COVID-19

Insurers are offering free telehealth and waiving treatment and testing costs connected to coronavirus.
Accountable Care Organizations

Catalyst and UnitedHealthcare ACO Has Saved $40 million in Three Years

Coordinated care, data sharing, and reducing out-of-network costs are all part of the collaboration.