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Tufts Health Plan to give pharmacy rebates to members

Tufts Health Plan will soon begin giving pharmacy rebates directly to its members, saying it is the first such health care insurer to do so in Massachusetts.

Fallon offering $100K for health initiatives

Fallon Health is seeking interest from local organizations for a share of $100,000 in grants to support health initiatives for children and seniors.

Column: State insurance plan gives choices to small businesses, workers

Audrey Gasteier |

Massachusetts has made health care more accessible and affordable, but still needs to make it easier and less costly for the smallest businesses to offer coverage to employees.

Column: Quality is top priority, but affordability is right behind

Tarek Elsawy |

Focusing on the cost of something as critical as health care may feel unseemly, but cost matters, especially in this age of high-deductible health plans and strained state budgets.

A holistic approach to treating addiction

AdCare Hospital clinical supervisor Stephanie Pratico stresses the holistic and mindfulness aspects of overcoming addiction.

Versatile launches healthcare IT arm as health goes digital

Grant Welker |

Versatile, a Marlborough IT company, has launched a health care arm as information technology belatedly a major presence in the health field.

Devens operators sued for allegedly polluting Nashua River

Zachary Comeau |

The Conservation Law Foundation is suing the Devens Enterprise Commission and MassDevelopment for what it calls pollution of the Nashua River and runoff water coming from the former Fort Devens Army...

Pawtucket mayor says Red Sox will leave for Worcester if no RI deal is made

Zachary Comeau |

The Rhode Island General Assembly will end its session at the end of this month, but an $83-million proposal to build a new ballpark for the Pawtucket Red Sox still has not been approved as the team...

Worcester YWCA eyes $23M renovation

YWCA of Central Massachusetts has kicked off a capital campaign to raise funds for a $23.4-million renovation project of its downtown Worcester facility.

Small steps add up in workplace fitness efforts

Susan Shalhoub |

Central Massachusetts companies are making it easier to get exercise during the work day, whether it's a quick walk or even a game of cornhole.

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