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 A.M. Best ratings reflect Regence health plans’ financial strength and stability

A.M. Best ratings reflect Regence health plans’ financial strength and stability

A.M. Best, the world’s oldest and most authoritative insurance rating and information source, affirmed an “A” (Excellent) Financial Strength Rating (FSR) and an “a” Issuer Credit Rating (ICR), both with a stable outlook for the Regence family of health insurance plans located in Oregon, Utah and Washington. The Regence health plan in Idaho was assigned an “A-” (Excellent) Financial Strength Rating (FSR) and “a-” Issuer Credit Rating (ICR), both with a stable outlook.
October 14, 2019 All Markets
Regence’s Fayth Dickenson featured in Lewiston Tribune’s Made By Us campaign

Regence’s Fayth Dickenson featured in Lewiston Tribune’s Made By Us campaign

Idaho’s Lewiston Tribune is aiming to bring an economic win to the Inland Northwest by increasing its focus on local businesses, products and services. Now in its second year, the paper’s Made By Us campaign highlights homegrown businesses and regional changemakers to promote local consumption and unite the community. Regence’s Fayth Dickenson, supervisor of behavioral health utilization management, recently appeared in a Made By Us weekly feature. Working in behavioral health, Fayth partners with clinicians to ensure that Regence members have access to appropriate care, in the right setting and with the right providers and services.
October 09, 2019 Idaho
Oregon’s opioid epidemic: how we can push back together

Oregon’s opioid epidemic: how we can push back together

Opioid misuse continues to be a national public health crisis. Today, Oregon has one of the highest rates of prescription opioid misuse in the nation. While statewide solutions have helped reduce prescription opioid overdose deaths over the years, an average of five Oregonians die every week from an overdose. Regence understands the urgency and widespread nature of the opioid crisis in our communities, and we are working to decrease misuse while supporting appropriate use for those who can benefit from opioid treatment. Read on to learn more about how we’re pushing back on this national health crisis through our prescribing practices and policies, community partner relationships and support of our members.
October 07, 2019 Oregon
Regence leaders: Members get better care from value-based providers

Regence leaders: Members get better care from value-based providers

Regence is helping lead a sea change in health care, paying providers not based on the amount of care they provide but on what matters most to members: quality and results. Two senior leaders from the health insurer – Kristie Putnam, vice president for provider partnership innovation, and Dr. Drew Oliveira, senior executive medical director – talked about this new way to pay for health care recently on The Checkup, a podcast hosted by Danielle Huston of Propel Insurance.
October 03, 2019 All Markets
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