Aetna and Piedmont Healthcare declare today that the 2 organizations have signed a new contract. The agreement will offer Aetna members sustained in-network access to all Piedmont facilities and more than 1,400 Piedmont Clinic physicians through the month of February 28, 2019. Aetna and Piedmont Healthcare declare latest contract today.
“Our latest contract is a testament to the powerful, longstanding relationship we’ve with Piedmont Healthcare,” stated Angela Meoli, Aetna market president, Georgia. “We’ve worked together for several years in support of a common cause: making sure the access to high-quality care and improving health for members of the Greater Atlanta community.”
“By merging with Aetna on this agreement, our sufferers and their family members win,” claimed Kevin Brown, president and CEO of Piedmont Healthcare. “Not merely will they be capable to maintain their relationships with the Piedmont physicians they know and trust, they can rest assured knowing they’ve access to high-quality care.”
Piedmont Healthcare will engage and participate in Aetna’s Institute of Excellence™ for adult liver, pancreas and kidney transplantation.
“Merely hospitals that have met huge quality and cost-effective criteria are chosen by Aetna to involve in its Institutes of Excellence™ network,” claimed Mary Foote, head of Institutes Programs™ at Aetna. “All of our members now have approach to Piedmont Healthcare as a world-class transplant facility.” Aetna and Piedmont Healthcare declare this agreement and compliance today.
Aetna is believed to be one of the nation’s leading diversified health care benefits industries, serving an estimated 46.3 million persons with data and resources to direct them to make remarkable informed decisions about their health care. Aetna gives a broad range of voluntary, conventional and consumer-directed health insurance products and related services, involving medical, pharmacy, behavioral health, dental, group life and disability policies, and medical management capabilities, Medicaid health care management services, employees’ compensation administrative services and health information technology products and services. The customers of Aetna involve employer groups, college students, individuals, part-time and hourly employees, health plans, health care providers, government-sponsored plans, governmental units, labor groups and expatriates. For more data, see www.aetna.com and learn about how Aetna is assisting to build a healthier world.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Aetna Announces The Completion of $1 Billion Bond Public Offering
Aetna Declares A Brighter Experience For Entire Members of Aetna Dental Team
Urgent care chain utilizes patient feedback to empower performance
Patrick Conway is quitting CMS to supervise BCBS North Carolina
Copyright© 2015 Healthcare insurance News All Right Reserved