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July 27, 1993
WellPoint Health Networks Inc., the for-profit subsidiary of Woodland Hills-based Blue Cross of California, said it signed a tentative agreement with HealthCare Compare Corp. in Illinois that will extend WellPoint's medical provider networks nationwide. WellPoint said the alliance will add about 100,000 physicians and 1,350 hospitals nationwide to WellPoint's existing network of 34,000 doctors and 470 hospitals in California.
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July 27, 1993
WellPoint Health Networks Inc., the for-profit subsidiary of Woodland Hills-based Blue Cross of California, said it signed a tentative agreement with HealthCare Compare Corp. in Illinois that will extend WellPoint's medical provider networks nationwide. WellPoint said the alliance will add about 100,000 physicians and 1,350 hospitals nationwide to WellPoint's existing network of 34,000 doctors and 470 hospitals in California.
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May 24, 1989 | GREGORY CROUCH, Times Staff Writer
Cost Care Inc. of Huntington Beach has tentatively agreed to a $6.75-million cash buyout by an Illinois competitor, a deal that would create the nation's largest independent health-care cost-management firm. If the acquisition is completed, Cost Care will become a subsidiary of Healthcare Compare Corp. in Downers Grove, Ill., but will remain headquartered in Huntington Beach. "We plan to operate as a separate subsidiary of Healthcare Compare and we don't foresee any changes in our employment level," said Lawrence Goelman, Cost Care's president.
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May 24, 1989 | GREGORY CROUCH, Times Staff Writer
Cost Care Inc. of Huntington Beach has tentatively agreed to a $6.75-million cash buyout by an Illinois competitor, a deal that would create the nation's largest independent health-care cost-management firm. If the acquisition is completed, Cost Care will become a subsidiary of Healthcare Compare Corp. in Downers Grove, Ill., but will remain headquartered in Huntington Beach. "We plan to operate as a separate subsidiary of Healthcare Compare and we don't foresee any changes in our employment level," said Lawrence Goelman, Cost Care's president.
BUSINESS
May 25, 1988 | States News Service
Affordable Health Care Concepts of Sacramento has agreed to be acquired by Healthcare Compare Corp. in an exchange of stock, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Under the terms of the May 12 merger agreement, Affordable Health Care's three shareholders--Daniel Brunner, Jack Scanlon and Claire M. Lipschultz--will exchange their holdings in the data collection service for 390,000 newly issued Healthcare common shares, according to the filing.
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