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HealthChoices Enrollment
HealthChoices Medicaid managed care enrollment in SE PA through September 2012


Medicare Advantage Enrollment
Enrollment in Medicare Advantage plans in SE PA as of August 2013


Letter to PA Insurance Department and DPW
On Ensuring Continuity of Care for CHIP Families Choosing to Move to Medicaid in 2014


Developing the Integrated Whole Person Health Home
Kenneth S. Thompson MD, Pennsylvania Psychiatric Leadership Council


Integrated Treatment of Behavioral Health Problems in Pediatric Primary Care
David J. Kolko, Ph.D., ABPP, Services for Kids In Primary-care (SKIP)


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Health Plan Enrollment in Greater Philadelphia

The kind of health insurance that consumers and patients have, and how this insurance pays for the health care services that patients use, has a significant impact on hospitals, physician practices, and other health care providers. DVHC tracks health plan enrollment and market share trends for:

Forums for Collaboration Between Providers and Insurers

DVHC convenes several stakeholder groups that meet regularly to monitor health insurance trends, identify potential issues or concerns, and improve Greater Philadelphia's health care environment.

  • DVHC's Managed Care Strategic Planning Committee includes representatives from hospitals and other health care providers
  • DVHC's HealthChoices Committee includes representatives from the provider community and HealthChoices Medicaid managed care plans

For more information about these committees, please contact DVHC's Jill Davis.

The region's hospitals, health insurers, and other health care providers also are working together to foster health information exchange through HealthShare Exchange of Southeastern Pennsylvania.

Related News

September 18, 2017

Insurance Commissioner Announces No Change in Primary Medical Liability Coverage Limits

Pennsylvania’s acting insurance commissioner has announced that she was unable to determine that there is sufficient additional basic insurance capacity to increase the current basic primary limits for calendar years 2018 and 2019.


September 15, 2017

Uninsured Rate Dropped To Record Low During 2016

New data released for 2016 by the U.S. Census Bureau shows that the rate of uninsured Americans dropped to a record low of 8.8 percent, or 28.1 million, compared to Americans who were uninsured during 2015 (9.1% or 29 million). Pennsylvania’s rate of uninsured for 2016 also dropped to a record low of 5.6 percent, compared to 6.4 percent during 2015.


August 15, 2017

CMS Extends Deadline for Insurers to File 2018 Rates

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that insurers participating in the Health Insurance Marketplaces (HealthCare.gov) have until September 5 to file their final rates for 2018. The action provides additional time for insurers to adjust their premiums due to continued uncertainty surrounding the Affordable Care Act, including the possibility that cost-sharing reduction (CSR) subsidies will go unfunded next year.


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November 28, 2016

Congress and New President Must Approach ACA Repeal and Replace Carefully; Moving Too Quickly Could Be a Disaster


March 12, 2014

Are Contracted Payments for Selected Outpatient Services at Risk?

A prominent announcement on Pittsburgh-based Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield’s website states that effective April 1, 2014, Highmark is amending its infusion fee schedule to pay the same rates whether the drugs are provided in hospital facility settings or physician offices.

December 23, 2013

Hospitals and Insurers Share the Pain for Everybody’s Gain

The southeastern Pennsylvania health care community is taking a big step forward to improve the region’s health care.

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