Fifteen hospitals in the Sutter Health Plus network achieved recognition as being among the best in California for 2021-2022 by U.S. News & World Report. Hospitals were scored on 32 clinical areas, including adult specialties, procedures, and conditions, and patient experience, patient outcomes, nursing quality, and the adept use of technology.
As a provider-sponsored health plan, Sutter Health Plus is pleased to share IBM Watson Health recently announced its 2021 Fortune Media/IBM Watson Health Top Health Systems award winners, recognizing Sutter Health for helping provide high-quality care at a lower total cost.
At Sutter Health Plus, we are committed to the safety and wellbeing of all of our customers, members, and employees. In fact, throughout the duration of this public health crisis, our employees continue working remotely and our office remains closed to visitors.
Recently, Newsweek magazine named 10 ambulatory surgery centers (ACSs) in the Sutter Health Plus network among the Best Ambulatory Surgery Centers for 2021—with Palo Alto Medication Foundation Surgery Center (PAMF), Palo Alto ranked number one in California!
Rob Carnaroli, Sutter Health Vice President of Sales, was recently featured on Warner Pacific Insights, a podcast produced by the general agency partner. The podcast is dedicated to supporting brokers and their clients through a new virtual avenue.
Following a unique yet busy fall open enrollment season, Sutter Health Plus reached a significant milestone in its journey of service to the community—the enrollment of its 100,000th member.
As the first Californians begin receiving the COVID-19 vaccination, many now have a renewed sense of hope and optimism—it’s the first glimmer of light at the end of a long tunnel. However, this also raises many questions about what will happen next. Please be assured that Sutter Health Plus is actively engaged and working to ensure members understand how to navigate their care and coverage during this time.
2020 was a year unlike any other. And yet, through all of the challenges, healthcare providers and health plans have displayed resilience, drove rapid technology innovations, and continuously showcased compassion and caring.
Today, Sutter Health Plus announces a change in executive leadership. Brian Fellner, who has served as CEO of the health plan since July 2018, has resigned from the organization to pursue another opportunity. Sutter Health’s CEO of Health Plan Partnerships & Products, Phil Jackson, will serve as the health plan’s CEO until a replacement is identified.
In this article published in the Sacramento Business Journal, Silicon Valley Business Journal, and San Francisco Business Times, Rob Carnaroli, Sutter Health Plus Vice President of Sales, discusses telehealth, virtual care, and other healthcare trends in 2020.