Home Health Care News July 26, 2021
Andrew Donlan

Anthem Inc. (NYSE: ANTM) continues to tout its positioning when it comes to home-based care.

The Indianapolis-based insurer acquired myNEXUS — a convener that manages home-based care for payers — earlier this year. Anthem’s focus on how that acquisition improves its overall network since then reflects its home-based commitments.

“We closed on the acquisition of myNEXUS during the second quarter, advancing our strategy to grow and deepen Anthem’s capabilities in Medicare Advantage,” Gail Boudreaux, the CEO of Anthem, said on the company’s Q2 earnings call last week.

On its end, the Brentwood, Tennessee-based myNEXUS is a tech-enabled organization that optimizes home health for over two million Medicare Advantage (MA) members in 20 states. Close to half of those members were...

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