(FORT WAYNE) – Parkview Health and Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield have reached an agreement on a new contract.
The multi-year agreement provides Anthem members with continued in network access to all Parkview Health providers and facilities.
Mike Packnett, Parkview Health President and CEO says it was of the utmost importance to them that their patients have uninterrupted access to the Parkview physicians, care teams and facilities they trust. He says Parkview has been focused on delivering the best care at the best cost. Packnett says as caregivers, they are grateful they can continue
to provide high-quality care for every member of the community.
Dr. David Lee, Vice President of Health Solutions for Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield says this agreement accomplishes what healthcare consumers want most, high quality care at an affordable price. He says they listened to their customers and kept their concerns about healthcare affordability at the forefront during these contract discussions. Lee says they are happy to continue their partnership with Parkview Health.
Patients with questions can contact Anthem at the number on the back of their health insurance card or you can call Parkview at 1-844-241-0032, Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM.
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