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Anne M. Ruflin

Vice President

Excellus , Inc.

HQ Phone:  (585) 454-1700

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Excellus , Inc.

165 Court Street

Rochester, New York,14647

United States

Company Description

Excellus BlueCross BlueShield, a nonprofit independent licensee of the BlueCross BlueShield Association, is part of a family of companies that finances and delivers vital health care services to about 1.5 million people across upstate New York. Excellus BlueCr... more.

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Employment History

Chief Planning Officer

Finger Lakes Health Systems Agency


President

The Lifetime Healthcare Companies


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2009 Regional Events -

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Anne Ruflin, Vice-President Government Programs, Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield


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Lifetime Health Medical Group, a primary care provider with 12 health centers and affiliated offices in Buffalo and Rochester, named Anne Ruflin president.
Ruflin previously served as vice president of Medicare and Safety Net programs for Excellus BlueCross BlueShield. A University at Binghamton graduate, she holds a master's degree from the University of Phoenix affiliate master


Lifetime Health Welcomes New President - Lifetime Health Medical Group

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Home > Media Center > News Releases > Ruflin Named President
Lifetime Health Welcomes New President NEWS RELEASE - April 27, 2010 BUFFALO, ROCHESTER; NY- Anne Ruflin was recently named President of Lifetime Health Medical Group. In her new role, Ruflin oversees medical care and operations at 12 health centers and affiliated offices in Buffalo and Rochester, New York. Prior to joining Lifetime, Ruflin served as vice president of Medicare and Safety Net programs for Excellus BlueCross BlueShield. She also previously served as vice president of FLRx, the pharmacy benefit management division of the health plan. Ruflin brings significant leadership experience in the health care sector to her new role, including hospital, home care, and physician relations. Ruflin earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Management from SUNY Binghamton and a Master's in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix. She is a life long resident of Upstate New York.


Medical Costs Keep Going Up

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In some cases, consumers can save as much as 50 percent by splitting higher dosage pills in half, said Anne Ruflin, a vice president of Excellus Rx.She said this is often done with some of the popular cholesterol and anti-depressant drugs. "For some drugs, the cost of a 50-milligram tablet is the same as the cost of the 100-milligram tablet, so if you cut it in half, you can save up to 50 percent of your drug costs," she said. Consumers should talk to their doctors to find out if pill-splitting is appropriate for them, she said. Consumers can also save money by making sure they carefully follow the instructions for taking the medication, Ruflin said. "That sounds like a no-brainer, but the way you take a medication can make a difference in whether it works or not," she said. Many heartburn medications, for example, are supposed to be taken before eating.If patients disregard those instructions, the medications won't work, Ruflin said. "We've seen people take two to three times the amount of medication they would normally need to take if they followed the rules," she said."That's costing that person money out of their pocket."


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Anne Ruflin
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