Brian Griffin, the leader of Anthem’s new PBM, IngenioRx, quit on May 8 with no warning to become CEO of Michigan-based Diplomat Pharmacy. Now Anthem is scrambling to adjust.
Brian Griffin, CEO of Anthem’s start-up drug unit, IngenioRx, is leaving the Indianapolis-based insurer to become CEO of Diplomat Pharmacy in Michigan.
Shares in Athenahealth Inc. surged the most since 2016 after activist investor Elliott Management Corp. bid to acquire the medical company for $160 a share.
Indianapolis-based insurer Anthem Inc. hiked its 2018 forecast after it topped Wall Street expectations with its first quarter performance.
A federal judge has put off deciding whether to approve the $115 million data-breach settlement and has appointed a special master to closely scrutinize the request for $38 million in attorney's fees.
Four of the 20 biggest health-care companies in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index saw a benefit from the tax overhaul in the fourth quarter. Among them was Indianapolis-based Anthem Inc.
Insurance company Anthem Inc. has agreed to settle a federal lawsuit filed by Indiana parents who were denied coverage for therapy for their children with autism.
The Indianapolis-based insurer is telling members that those small, freestanding hospitals are out of its network and could be much costlier to use.
Health insurer Cigna is buying the nation’s biggest pharmacy benefit manager, the latest in a string of proposed tie-ups as health care’s bill payers attempt to get a grip on rising costs.
Two Los Angeles doctors allegedly used fraudulent studies to persuade people to get Lap-Band surgery for weight loss and duped insurers into helping to pay the bills in what U.S. prosecutors called a $250 million scheme.
On Feb. 21, Anthem will break ground in Atlanta for a 21-story office tower called the Anthem Technology Center. When completed in two years, it will house about 3,000 Anthem workers.
Express Scripts Holding Co., one of the biggest pharmacy-benefits managers, says the drug-price deals it cuts behind closed doors are saving consumers a lot of money.
The Indianapolis-based insurer, which already has reaped more than $1 billion from recent tax reform measures, plans to help employees sock it away.
Anthem Inc. reported a fourth quarter decline in operating profit Wednesday morning, but the Indianapolis-based company said it expects President Donald Trump’s corporate tax cuts to increase its 2018 earnings.
One of the most prominent office buildings downtown has become available for lease and is expected to generate plenty of interest from prospective tenants coveting a prized Monument Circle address.
Anthem decided not to renew its lease on the former J.C. Penney department store, which was refurbished for the insurance giant in the 1990s.
Class action lawyers who negotiated a $115 million settlement with the insurance giant over its 2015 data breach are seeking $38 million in attorney's fees.
U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill is asking the Indianapolis-based insurer to turn over a huge array of internal documents, explaining how it reached its decision to deny certain emergency room claims.