It’s late at night, your child is sick, and you need help. The pediatrician’s office and the urgent care clinic are both closed. You could go to the emergency room, but the illness probably doesn’t warrant that level of care.
Giving back to the communities where we live, work and play is in Regence’s DNA. This includes providing company-led and individual volunteer opportunities to our employees who serve health plan members and customers in Idaho, Oregon, Utah and Washington.
The pandemic disrupted our daily lives in ways we could never imagine. Health care systems were overwhelmed, schools and offices were closed, and we were encouraged to avoid other people. While COVID-19 may not dominate headlines today, it has taken a significant toll on our mental health.
If you’re among the more than 37 million people in the U.S. who have diabetes, you may know that managing the condition isn’t easy. Whether you’re newly diagnosed or have been living with diabetes for many years, daily self-management is required to help you stay in control of your health.
Regence is pleased to announce that Brent Hess has been named vice president of Medicare sales. In this role, Hess will lead sales and business development teams focused on prospective Medicare customers and employer retiree groups.
It’s important to be prepared and know how to respond when you’re sick or injured and need medical care. You don’t want to be trying to figure out what to do when you aren’t feeling well and need help fast.
On this episode of HealthChangers, Dr. Erin Parks, chief clinical officer and co-founder of Equip Health, and Dr. Mike Franz, Regence’s senior medical director for behavioral health discuss eating disorders and innovative ways of treating them, including virtual care and family-based treatment.