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January 18, 1990 | LANIE JONES
California Health Decisions, a nonprofit consumer education project based in Orange, has received a $40,000 grant from the UniHealth Corp. of Burbank to expand its programs into Los Angeles County, executive director Ellen Severoni said. In addition to the grant, UniHealth has agreed to provide office space and telephones for her organization at its hospitals in Santa Monica, Long Beach, Northridge and downtown Los Angeles, Severoni said.
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March 7, 2001 | Bloomberg News
UniHealth Foundation reduced its holdings in PacifiCare Health Systems Inc., the nation's largest Medicare managed health care plan, to 10.8% from about 13.5%, according to a document filed with regulators Monday. UniHealth sold 1 million shares of the Santa Ana health insurer on the open market last month for a total of $35.3 million, with prices ranging from $33.24 to $38.74 a share, according to the filing.
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March 7, 2001 | Bloomberg News
UniHealth Foundation reduced its holdings in PacifiCare Health Systems Inc., the nation's largest Medicare managed health care plan, to 10.8% from about 13.5%, according to a document filed with regulators Monday. UniHealth sold 1 million shares of the Santa Ana health insurer on the open market last month for a total of $35.3 million, with prices ranging from $33.24 to $38.74 a share, according to the filing.
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September 14, 1999 | SHARON BERNSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the latest evidence of a shakeout in the managed-care industry in California, the state's largest remaining overseer of doctor groups is getting out of the business. Burbank-based UniHealth has hired San Francisco investment banking firm Cain Bros. to sell six physician organizations, including the giant Huntington Provider Management Services in Pasadena. Together the six groups provide health care for 650,000 Southern Californians.
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October 17, 1998 | (Barbara Marsh)
Catholic Healthcare West of San Francisco said Friday that it plans to buy Burbank-based Unihealth's network of eight Southern California hospitals, including two in Orange County. An official at the nonprofit Unihealth said the deal gives its hospitals the chance to join with a larger nonprofit organization in negotiating for business with managed-care companies. The group includes the 139-bed La Palma Intercommunity Hospital and the 205-bed Martin Luther Hospital in Anaheim.
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September 3, 1996 | BARBARA MURPHY
Sea View Medical Group in Oxnard has joined UniHealth affiliate Huntington Provider Group, California's largest independent physician association with about 300,000 patients. The alliance brings 27,000 more patients under the HPG umbrella, officials said. HPG already was providing services to 14,000 patients in Ventura County. Staffed by 33 employees, Sea View has 80 primary-care physicians and more than 200 specialists.
BUSINESS
September 14, 1999 | SHARON BERNSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the latest evidence of a shakeout in the managed-care industry in California, the state's largest remaining overseer of doctor groups is getting out of the business. Burbank-based UniHealth has hired San Francisco investment banking firm Cain Bros. to sell six physician organizations, including the giant Huntington Provider Management Services in Pasadena. Together the six groups provide health care for 650,000 Southern Californians.
BUSINESS
June 7, 1988 | ELLIOT KING
When Julia Southworth, an infant with diabetes, was discharged from Children's Hospital, her parents did not take her straight home. On the recommendation of the hospital nurse who had cared for her, they headed instead for the Sugarfree Center in Del Mar, a retail store that specializes in products and equipment for diabetics. As Julia's parents soon found out, diabetes is an expensive and time-consuming disease. Many diabetics must monitor the sugar level in their blood several times a day.
BUSINESS
October 17, 1998 | (Barbara Marsh)
Catholic Healthcare West of San Francisco said Friday that it plans to buy Burbank-based Unihealth's network of eight Southern California hospitals, including two in Orange County. An official at the nonprofit Unihealth said the deal gives its hospitals the chance to join with a larger nonprofit organization in negotiating for business with managed-care companies. The group includes the 139-bed La Palma Intercommunity Hospital and the 205-bed Martin Luther Hospital in Anaheim.
BUSINESS
September 3, 1996 | BARBARA MURPHY
Sea View Medical Group in Oxnard has joined UniHealth affiliate Huntington Provider Group, California's largest independent physician association with about 300,000 patients. The alliance brings 27,000 more patients under the HPG umbrella, officials said. HPG already was providing services to 14,000 patients in Ventura County. Staffed by 33 employees, Sea View has 80 primary-care physicians and more than 200 specialists.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 18, 1990 | LANIE JONES
California Health Decisions, a nonprofit consumer education project based in Orange, has received a $40,000 grant from the UniHealth Corp. of Burbank to expand its programs into Los Angeles County, executive director Ellen Severoni said. In addition to the grant, UniHealth has agreed to provide office space and telephones for her organization at its hospitals in Santa Monica, Long Beach, Northridge and downtown Los Angeles, Severoni said.
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