18 HCCMA member health plans are now participating in the HCCMCA’s contract with AETNA and two additional member health plans are coming on as of 2/1/2017. From January through September, 2016, the AETNA PPO has generated savings of 41.7% (approximately $203 million) for these plans. Read more.
HCCMCA’s PPO agreement with Alaska Regional Hospital has saved participating HCCMCA member health plans approximately $32.9 million during the period January through September, 2016. Read more.
One of the biggest assets HCCMCA offers its members is strength in numbers. The opening of the Coalition Health Center (CHC) in Fairbanks doubles the opportunities for participants of member health plans to save both time and money when they need primary, preventive or urgent care. Read more.
The Coalition has an agreement with Renalogic, a firm that saves health plans money by repricing claims submitted for dialysis treatment. Read more.
Overall attendance in the fall Health Fairs increased by approximately 31%. It’s a win-win when member health plan participants can attend for free and member health plans reduce their claims costs. Read more.
When the State of Alaska joined HCCMCA, over 85,000 employees and their dependents immediately benefitted from negotiated lower costs. “The Coalition has done a wonderful job of negotiating the discounts we need, and the HCCMCA’s unique model makes it easy to access those savings quickly.” Read more