ACHP member plans are role models for other health plans in innovating to achieve the industry’s Triple Aim – better health and better care, at a lower cost. This work is profiled in a number of publications, including our innovation profiles, ACHP’s Health Plan Innovations in Patient-Centered Care series, our Annual Reports and many more.
Mental illness affects 60 million Americans each year, and finding and treating those in need is of paramount importance to their health, safety and ability to function in day-to-day life.
While specialty drugs constitute less than 1 percent of all U.S. prescriptions, they accounted for more than a quarter of the country’s total pharmacy costs in 2013.
This report highlights how seven ACHP member health plans have established physician payment models that promote value rather than volume.
In Minneapolis, HealthPartners’ PowerUp program, directed at childhood obesity, is changing the culture around food and activity.
In 2013, CDPHP joined with the YMCA and Hannaford supermarkets to offer its community a free place to learn about healthy eating, fitness and health care.