Do you know a provider that's interested in switching to AllWays Health Partners? No matter their level of interest, it's good to see how a new provider can turn their interest into a contract. To learn more, we talked with Melissa Hinckley and Charles Murphy of our Provider Network team to break down each step to give providers more sightline into the entire process.
Choosing AllWays Health Partners means access to an innovative health plan with benefits that help patients stay healthy—and save money. That's why it's important that providers and patients know about all of the different initiatives we offer and how they work. Below you'll find some popular benefits every provider should know about.
Today's post is from our broker blog, AllWays Insider, about virtual care and its future applications.
Telemedicine and virtual health now play an important role in the way we're able to access and receive care. To understand the benefits of virtual care and what changes to this technology and approach we might expect to see in the future, we spoke with Jeff Phillips, MD, from Newton-Wellesley Hospital.
Limited network plans are becoming increasingly popular health care options among employers and consumers. Learn about how limited networks work – including our own – below.
This is an updated version of a blog post we made last year introducing our peer recovery coaches. Given how COVID-19 is keeping people inside and away from their normal support networks, it's important to make sure that your patients in need of substance use disorder (SUD) treatment or support know all of their options. Our peer recovery coaches can meet with them through AllWays on Teams or by phone. Learn more below.
A peer recovery coach is a guide and a support for someone who is interested in recovery. Evidence shows that people working with a peer recovery coach are less likely to relapse and more likely to feel good about their recovery process.