Duncan Regional Hospital (DHR) declared its new partnership with United Healthcare (UHC) on the day of Thursday.
In accordance to a press release from Duncan Regional Hospital, the new network will permit those who are enrolled in United Healthcare have access to DRH doctors and facilities. That involves members through employer-sponsored healthcare and individual health plans, DRH claimed.
“DRH and UnitedHealthcare will work together to increase and improve access to critical health services for more of our sufferers across Stephens and the surrounding counties,” stated Jay Johnson, President and CEO of DRH. “We look forward to serving our communities and know that this addition to our network relationships will have positive effects for those we serve.”
The mission of DRH involves “improving access to quality care, increasing clinical outcomes, lowering charges of care and developing an exceptional patient experience for Stephens County residents.”
In accordance to information from DRH, UnitedHealthcare serves about 400,000 individuals in Oklahoma either through individual plans or employer-sponsored plans. That involves Medicare and Medicaid health plans, just over 150 hospitals and about 11,000 care providers.
“Duncan Regional Hospital is a significant addition to our care provider network and gives patients and their families’ higher choice and access to quality, cost-effective care,” claimed Scott Flannery, CEO of UnitedHealthcare (UHC) of Oklahoma.
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