In the News for Regence BlueShield of Idaho

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April 09, 2014 | Idaho Business Review

Scott Kreiling, Regence Idaho president, receives IBR's 2014 CEO of Influence award

Scott Kreiling, Regence Idaho president, receives IBR's 2014 CEO of Influence award
Idaho Business Review has awarded Scott Kreiling, as well as five others, with the "CEO of Influence" award. This award recognizes CEOs who demonstrate integrity and values, while also representing the top tier of Idaho's business community. Scott Kreiling will be honored at an awards event and featured in a special issue of the Idaho Business Review on May 23.
April 09, 2014 | Idaho Statesman

Idaho health insurer Regence inks new deal with network that includes St. Luke's

Regence BlueShield of Idaho, one of Idaho's largest insurers, has a new agreement with the SELECT Medical Network, composed mainly of St. Luke's Health System providers.
March 25, 2014 | Idaho Business Review

Regence gives $100,000 to Ronald McDonald House

Regence gives $100,000 to Ronald McDonald House
Regence has chosen Ronald McDonald House Charities of Idaho as a community partner. This partnership will provide funding and volunteer support, as well as develop an awareness campaign, for Ronald McDonald House.
March 11, 2014 | McKesson

Connecting with customers

Connecting with customers
Regence is betting heavily on individuals becoming the primary customer of health plans and that the key to transforming its relationship with individuals is through technology. Technology is the means through which Regence is reinventing itself as a retail-minded, customer-focused health plan.
March 03, 2014 | Health Care Inc. Northwest

Regence debuts 'private exchange' as insurance alternative for businesses

Regence debuts 'private exchange' as insurance alternative for businesses
A third of U.S. employers plan to move their employees’ health care coverage to a private exchange in the coming years, according to a February survey by Aon Plc. Regence Health Insurance Services is standing at the ready, with a new private exchange soon to launch for businesses of 100 employees or more in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Utah.
August 28, 2013 | Wall Street Journal

Prostate-cancer therapy comes under attack

Prostate-cancer therapy comes under attack
Health insurers are pushing back against one of medicine's most expensive technologies amid growing evidence it may not be better for patients than cheaper options. At least three major insurers have recently decided to stop covering proton beam therapy for early stage prostate cancer or are reviewing their policy, saying that while it is an effective treatment, it is much less cost-effective when compared to the price of comparable treatments.
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