Juanita found herself in a tough spot after losing her job and her health insurance. Thanks to Ambetter, she was [...]
Centene Corporation celebrated the grand opening of its Ferguson Service Center on Friday, April 15. The 45,000-square-foot facility, located at [...]
When fathers are not present in a child’s life, children are five times more likely to live in poverty and [...]
Merle, a Sunshine Health member had a history of various health concerns. It had been quite some time since he [...]
Jacob is an outgoing teenager living with his grandparents in a split-level home. He also happens to have Duchenne muscular [...]
As part of an ongoing effort to share our purpose being brought to life, Coordinated Care worked with a member [...]
At 17 months old, a mother was concerned that her son could not speak. He was diagnosed with autism, with [...]
As flu season approaches, it is important to understand the difference between influenza (flu) and Ebola. Dr. Mary Mason, Centene’s Senior Vice President & Chief Medical Officer, explains the varying symptoms between the flu and Ebola.
Buckeye Community Health Plan gives back to the community throughout the holiday season through “Operation Feed the Hungry.” For four years, Buckeye has worked with 69 agencies to provide turkeys and hams to families who are less fortunate. Last year, they provided 55,410 pounds of turkeys and hams to make 5,500 holiday meals for families.
Centene Corporation and its subsidiary, Cenpatico, have teamed up with Children’s National Health System to put a stop to bullying [...]
Rebecca was 19-weeks pregnant when she was rushed to the emergency room, only to find out that her water had [...]
Ashley was facing a high risk pregnancy and struggling to keep a permanent roof over her head. Home State Health [...]