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Centura Health and Peak Health Alliance Ink Agreement

Centura Health and Peak Health Alliance, a nonprofit formed to address health care costs in the mountain county, have reached an agreement that intends to improve access to high quality care at a lower cost.  The agreement is just one side of the equation.  Buoyed by the agreement, Peak Health Alliance currently has requests for proposal out to insurance provider willing to work with the alliance on controlling costs.

Bids including premium amounts are expected in by the end of the month in time to select a carrier and submit its fee schedule to the Division of Insurance in June.  The new premiums will be available to Peak Health’s 6,000 member as of January 1, 2020.

The high cost of insurance in Summit County is shown by the uninsured rate topping twice that of the state average.

Read more in the Summit Daily.

Read more in the Summit Daily.

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