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Local Media Coverage of the Changing Marketplace

Sept. 23, 2014​ UPMC-Highmark feud prompts employer to ditch Highmark, others may follow
Sept. 18, 2014​ North Allegheny switches to UnitedHealthcare
Sept. 2, 2014​ Highmark, Pennsylvania Insurance Department issue post-UPMC transition plan
Sept. 2, 2014​ Regulators release details of Highmark's post-UPMC transition plan
Jul. 11, 2014​ Highmark to switch its workers to high-deductible insurance plans
Jun. 25, 2014​ UPMC, Highmark agree on limited basis to continue care for seriously ill
Jun. 16, 2014​ Western Pennsylvania employers look at insurer options in Highmark vs. UPMC
May 8, 2014​ UPMC health plan up 32,300, a 7% gain
Mar. 10, 2014​ Survey of large employers suggest Highmark could suffer without UPMC contract
Feb. 6, 2014​ Renewal of contract with Highmark would cost UPMC $500M
Jan. 3, 2014​ UPMC-Highmark deals enters last year
Dec. 19, 2013​ Pennsylvania lawmakers should oppose forced marriage of Highmark and UPMC: As I See It​
Dec. 18, 2013​ UPMC: Access will be nearly universal​
​Nov. 23, 2013 Aetna wants Highmark to know it's not an interloper
Sept. 25, 2013​ Highmark-UPMC battle brings competitive pricing to region as new health care law dawns
Sept. 25, 2013​ Westinghouse drops Highmark health plan
Sept. 3, 2013​ Highmark expands closed network plans to West Virginia, Delaware
Aug. 29, 2013​ Pittsburgh employees to see 2 health suitors
Aug. 28, 2013​ City employees may get insurer choice
Aug. 23, 2013​ Hospitals slam Highmark for limited network plan
Aug. 2, 2013​ Seniors needlessly scared?

 

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