A new year marks an opportunity for a fresh start. Whether it’s eating healthier, exercising regularly, practicing self-care, or just breaking a few bad habits, New Year’s resolutions to improve health really can work.
As the first Californians begin receiving the COVID-19 vaccination, many now have a renewed sense of hope and optimism—it’s the first glimmer of light at the end of a long tunnel. However, this also raises many questions about what will happen next. Please be assured that Sutter Health Plus is actively engaged and working to ensure members understand how to navigate their care and coverage during this time.
This year has been a struggle for our social and emotional selves. It is natural to feel disheartened as events and plans we normally look forward to are happening virtually, postponed, or canceled entirely. From adopting remote work and distance learning to canceled vacations, weddings, and other family events, many people are grieving the loss of significant social interactions in their lives.
2020 was a year unlike any other. And yet, through all of the challenges, healthcare providers and health plans have displayed resilience, drove rapid technology innovations, and continuously showcased compassion and caring. “I’m especially proud to see Sutter Health...
Today, Sutter Health Plus announces a change in executive leadership. Brian Fellner, who has served as CEO of the health plan since July 2018, has resigned from the organization to pursue another opportunity. Sutter Health’s CEO of Health Plan Partnerships & Products, Phil Jackson, will serve as the health plan’s CEO until a replacement is identified.
Sutter Health Plus Network Physician Organizations Earn IHA Awards for Quality and Patient Experience
The Integrated Healthcare Association (IHA) has awarded the “2020 Excellence in Healthcare” award, the highest level of achievement, to Sutter Medical Foundation–Sutter Medical Group for the second year in a row. This award reflects the 2019 performance year in the Align.Measure.Perform (AMP) Commercial HMO program.
In this article published in the Sacramento Business Journal, Silicon Valley Business Journal, and San Francisco Business Times, Rob Carnaroli, Sutter Health Plus Vice President of Sales, discusses telehealth, virtual care, and other healthcare trends in 2020.
Each fall, thousands of Northern Californians have the opportunity to shop for health insurance for themselves or their families. It’s the only time of the year—other than when special circumstances permit—when individuals and families are able to select new coverage.
Sutter Health Plus offers large group employers, small-business owners, and individuals affordable health plans that provide access to a network of high-quality providers. As of Jan. 1, 2021, Sutter Health Plus will have a comprehensive network that includes more than 1,500 PCPs, 5,300 specialists, and many other healthcare providers.
In this article published in the Sacramento Business Journal, Silicon Valley Business Journal and San Francisco Business Times, Rob Carnaroli, Sutter Health Plus Vice President of Sales, discusses trends in the health plan marketplace and how employers should shop around.