|会社名||Anthem Inc （ANTM アンセム）|
|業種||管理健康医療 医療関連（Health Care）|
|概要||事業概要 アンセム（Anthem Inc.）は健康福祉会社である。同社は、商業・専門事業、政府事業およびその他の3つの部門を通じて事業を行う。同社は大・小規模の雇用者、個人、メディケイドおよびメディケア市場に、ネットワークベースのマネージドケアプランを提供する。マネージドケアプランには、優先プロバイダ組織、健康維持機関、ポイントオブサービスプラン、消費者主導の健康計画を含む補償計画およびその他のハイブリッド計画などを含む。同社はまた、請求処理、保険引受、保険失効保険、保険数理サービス、プロバイダーネットワークアクセス、医療費管理、疾病管理、ウェルネスプログラムおよびその他の管理サービスを含む自己資金提供顧客にマネージドケアサービスを提供する。同社は歯科、ビジョン、生命保険、放射線医療給付管理などの専門およびその他の保険商品やサービスを提供する。 アンセムは米国大手の医療保険会社。同社はPPO(提携機関ネットワ―ク)、HMO(健康保険維持機構)、Point of Service(ネットワ―ク内外で診察・治療の選択が可能)、定額払い保険、消費者主導型プランなどを提供。生命、所得補償、歯科、眼科、介護保険などのほか、公務員向け、メディケアプランも提供する。 Anthem, Inc. provides life, hospital and medical insurance plans. It offers a broad spectrum of network-based managed care health benefit plans to the large and small employer, individual, Medicaid, and Medicare markets. The company operates through the following segments: Commercial & Specialty Business, Government Business and Other. The Commercial and Specialty Business segment includes local group, national accounts, and individual and specialty businesses. The Government Business segment includes medicare and medicaid businesses, national government services and services provided to the federal government in connection with federal employee program. Anthem was founded on November 30, 2004 and is headquartered in Indianapolis, IN.|
|代表者氏名||Elizabeth E. Tallett|
|代表者役職名||Chairman of the Board|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Anthem Inc revenues increased 2% to $92.13B. Net income before extraordinary items increased 36% to $3.72B. Revenues reflect Government Business segment increase of 15% to $55.57B General_Administration Ratio Total -% increase of 8% to 15.3%. Net income benefited from Loss on extinguishment of debt decrease of 96% to $11M (expense). Dividend per share increased from $2.70 to $3.00.|
Clover Health Strikes $3.7 Billion SPAC Deal With Chamath Palihapitiya's 'Social Capital' 2020/10/06 11:52:50 Zero Hedge
Clover Health Strikes $3.7 Billion SPAC Deal With Chamath Palihapitiya's 'Social Capital' Tyler Durden Tue, 10/06/2020 - 07:52 CNBC is bringing Chamath Palihapitiya on for yet another interview ( the producers just had him on last week for another face-off with Scott Wapner during the channel's "Seeking Alpha' conference ) Tuesday moring, but apparently news of Social Capital's latest SPAC-backed venture just couldn't wait. Palihapitiya is one of the most visible big-name investors to embrace the SPAC trend, which has become one of the most visible trends of the year as investors look for more alternatives to the traditional IPO process. SPACs - Special Purpose Acquisition Vehicles - were once seen as a shady maneuver designed to bilk investors and enrich managers, but Palihapitiya - with help from other luminaries like Bill Ackman - has rebranded them as "IPO 2.0". Last week, the leisure brand Playboy went public in a SPAC deal valued at just under $400 million. Now, not long after announcing a SPAC deal involving Opendoor, which Palihapitiya branded as his "next 10x idea", Palihapitiya's Social Capital has just struck a deal to take Clover Health Investments public via the typical SPAC reverse-merger process.
Amwell ranks No. 1 on telehealth satisfaction by users 2020/10/05 13:28:00 Business Insider
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Missouri Care to Rebrand as Healthy Blue in January, Reflecting a New Relationship with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City 2020/10/01 11:30:00 Business Wire
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Health insurer Anthem to pay nearly $40M settlement over 2015 cyberattack 2020/09/30 17:00:00 Business Standard
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Health Insurer Anthem Settles States’ Cyber Breach Probe for $40 Million 2020/09/30 15:10:52 Insurance Journal
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A $5 million prize spurs competition for new Covid-19 rapid test 2020/09/08 15:24:56 Economic Times India
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7 places to buy prescription glasses and sunglasses online using insurance, HSA, or FSA money 2020/09/04 19:40:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Instead of haggling with a store clerk for a pair of generic eyeglasses, take your prescription eyewear shopping online. EyeBuyDirect , Zenni , Warby Parker , Felix Gray , GlassesUSA.com , and Eyeconic are making it easy and affordable to find a pair of stylish prescription glasses and sunglasses. Some accept insurance, while all accept FSA and HSA dollars to help bring down the cost of your glasses. A couple also feature virtual try-on options so you really never have to step into a physical store again. I remember visiting the optometrist's office as a kid, emerging from my eye exam to peruse the books of gorgeous glasses-donning models with furrowed brows — as if I could afford those frames then or even now as an adult. Traditional optometrist offices and glasses retailers tend to overcharge or upsell you on their frames, but it's easier to skirt this awkward and painfully expensive process today. Grab your prescription and go to your laptop or phone instead.
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In Anthem-Cigna Failed Merger ‘Soap Opera,’ Judge Hands Damages to Neither 2020/08/31 16:07:33 Insurance Journal
A Delaware judge rebuffed efforts by both Cigna Corp. and Anthem Inc. to collect billions over their failed merger, saying Cigna had breached its obligations but the merger was likely to have been blocked on antitrust grounds anyway. Cigna, which …
American Well is going public with a $100 million investment from Google. We pored over the 196-page filing to find 5 crucial details about the companies' plans to change how you get care. 2020/08/25 16:09:12 Business Insider
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