News Briefs: Humana Will Divest Kindred Divisions

Humana Inc. will spin off subsidiary Kindred at Home’s hospice and personal care divisions, with private equity fund Clayton, Dubilier & Rice taking majority ownership in exchange for $2.8 billion cash. Humana will retain a minority share in the new hospice company, which the deal values at $3.4 billion. David Causby, president and CEO of the divisions in question, will lead the new firm. “We are excited by the new strategic partnership structure with Humana and look forward to working closely with CD&R to pursue growth,” said Causby.

Former CMS Administrator Leslie Norwalk resigned from Centene Corp.’s board, citing “the governance process surrounding a recent important decision.” Norwalk in her resignation letter said that process “fell egregiously short of what I and a number of other Board members considered appropriate for making an informed decision.” Norwalk added that the board did not debate the move in question. Her resignation comes shortly after the death of longtime CEO Michael Neidorff, whom Sarah London replaced in March.

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