Centene Plans to Significantly Reduce Office Space; Other Insurers Likely to Follow

Centene Corp. revealed during its June 17 investor day that it plans to reduce by 65% the amount of office space it leases across the United States as a way to cut costs and appease employees who prefer working from home. Like many large employers, other health insurers have followed suit — or are considering doing so — as they adjust to an office environment that looks much different than was standard before COVID-19.

Several major insurance companies declined to discuss their office leasing plans when contacted this week by AIS Health, a division of MMIT. But most, if not all, are actively evaluating their real estate footprints, according to Dan Mendelson, the CEO of Morgan Health, JPMorgan Chase Co.’s health care arm.

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