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Network Health will move to larger Brookfield office

October 16, 2018

Network Health is moving from its 2,456-square-foot office at 405 N. Calhoun Road to a 11,462-square-foot space currently being developed in Brookfield’s Calfield Business Center at 16960 W. Greenfield Ave. The move is expected to happen by the end of the year. Read More

Network Health Expands in Metro Milwaukee

October 16, 2018

Health insurer Network Health, which has grown its Milwaukee-area staff from five to 60 the past three years, will relocate its southeast Wisconsin office to larger space in Brookfield. Read More

INSURERS FORGE RELATIONSHIPS WITH PROVIDERS TO IMPROVE CARE, LOWER COSTS

October 1, 2018

Rising health costs continue to be a challenge, but as national efforts fail to come up with a solution, more insurers, businesses and providers are taking matters into their own hands by forming collaborative relationships that improve employee health with the goal of lowering costs. Read More

Ascension Wisconsin plans to build a $42 million medical center in Sturtevant

August 8, 2018

Preparing for increased competition from Advocate Aurora Health and the projected growth from Foxconn Technology Group’s factory in Racine County, Ascension Wisconsin plans to build a $42 million medical center in Sturtevant. Read More

Coreen Dicus-Johnson brings diverse health care perspective as CEO of Network Health

May 4, 2018

Coreen Dicus-Johnson began her career working for a health insurance company and later worked for a health care system. She has negotiated contracts with each, having sat on both sides of the table.For that reason, she brings a unique perspective to her job as chief executive officer of Network Health. ... Read More

A healthy balance

June 29, 2018

Amid a challenging industry landscape, network health and CEO Coreen Dicus-Johnson walk the line of meeting the needs of both employers and members Read More

Network Health CEO Speaks on the Changing Health Insurance Landscape

November 14, 2017

For State of Wisconsin employees, including employees at UW-Milwaukee, the health insurance open enrollment period brought a lot of questions. Most of the insurance companies who previously offered coverage will no longer do so in 2018. State employees in the Milwaukee area have only two companies to choose from. Listen and Read More