By Senad Karaahmetovic Hedge and mutual funds are rotating into Growth from Value with the exposure to Info Tech and Consumer Discretionary increased, notes Goldman Sachs top U.S....
By Sam Boughedda Shares of Centene (NYSE:CNC) fell in early Friday trading after news that the company has been awarded contracts to continue serving members in nine counties...
April brings an array events worth noting. Spring generally begins to ramp up and on Wall Street a new earnings season starts. As well, for millions of Americans, mid-April is the...
Health insurer Humana's shares are down 7.3% since January HUM has been investing in its Medicare Advantage business. Long-term investors could consider buying a dip, especially if...
Centene Corporation is a multi-national healthcare company. The Company provides services to government-sponsored and commercial healthcare programs, focusing on under-insured and uninsured individuals. It also provides education and outreach programs to inform and assist members in accessing appropriate healthcare services. Its segments include Managed Care and Specialty Services. The Managed Care segment provides health plan coverage to individuals through government subsidized and commercial programs. Its Specialty Services segment includes companies offering diversified healthcare services and products to its Managed Care segment and other external customers. It provides managed healthcare products and services through Medicaid, Medicare and commercial products. In addition to its Medicaid and Medicare services, its service offerings include commercial programs, correctional healthcare services, government-sponsored care under federal contracts with the department of defense (DoD).
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