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Pfizer's controversial deal; Geisinger's refunds; UnitedGroup's exit strategy; Humana touts value

Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer on Sunday said it would merge with Botox maker Allergan in a $160 billion deal that would shift the company's executive offices to Ireland in a tax-saving "inversion" deal that is sure to come under heavy regulatory scrutiny.
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Pfizer, Allergan to merge for $160B, shift headquarters
Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer on Sunday said it would merge with Botox maker Allergan in a $160 billion deal that would shift the company's executive offices to Ireland in a tax-saving "inversion" deal that is sure to come under heavy regulatory scrutiny.
Geisinger: Refunds only part of solution
Geisinger Health System's plan to offer refunds for 'dissatisfied' surgery patients came out of extensive study on how to react when patients have bad experiences, the healthcare provider said. Now it's putting its faith in the ProvenExperience program and app to turn bad situations around.
UnitedHealth Group mulls exit from exchanges
UnitedHealth Group may exit the insurance exchange market, as the deterioration in product performance has weakened its financial outlook, the company said in an earnings update released Thursday.
Will more follow UnitedHealth's exchange exit?
Many said they anticipate the federal government will act to forestall widespread departures, particularly because continued withdrawals could be politically explosive during an election year.
Humana touts value-based models
An estimated 59 percent of Humana's individual Medicare Advantage members have access to primary care physicians in value-based relationships.
FDA approves Narcan nasal spray for opioid overdoses
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday approved the first nasal spray version of naloxone hydrochloride, better known as Narcan, in hopes that the ease of delivery will help combat the opioid epidemic.
List: Joint Commission names Top Performers
The Joint Commission, which this week named more than 1,000 hospitals top performers for quality in its annual report, said it will put the program on hiatus until 2017 while it adjusts its methodology to account for shifting focus on new quality measures.
Henry Ford health plan in Medicaid fight
The State of Michigan on Tuesday denied a request by Henry Ford Health System's health plan to allow it to keep two regions, including Detroit, to its approved contract for the state's Medicaid program.
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