Boeing, Intel Enrollments Surpass 20,000 Members
Published March 9, 2015
Two landmark accountable care contracts for Providence launched in January, when coverage began for more than 20,000 employees and dependents of the Boeing Co. and Intel Corp. Each contract – Boeing in Washington and Intel in Oregon – surpassed enrollment projections and will serve as key proof points for future population health contract bids.
The Boeing contract is managed by the Providence-Swedish Health Alliance and promises to lower the cost of care, offer a broad provider network and increase accessibility. Contract providers include Providence and Swedish, as well as The Everett Clinic, Edmonds Family Medicine, Minor & James Medical, Pacific Medical Centers, The Polyclinic, Proliance Surgeons and Western Washington Medical Group.
The Intel contract will be managed by the Providence Health Plan and the Providence provider network. Providence will adhere to 10 performance metrics including quality, access, member experience and evidence-based medicine. Intel members will benefit from a patient-centered medical home model focused on experience, accessibility and improved outcomes. About 54 percent of Intel members are completely new to the Providence system.