By Marissa Higdon
Albuquerque Business First
September 19, 2016
He says the organization’s focus on continued care, especially for individuals with chronic diseases and mental health concerns, has driven down the number of times patients have to visit the hospital, saving the co-op money.
Hickey says he just returned from a trip to the White House, where he shared Health Connections’ innovations and successes with fellow insurance providers and the president himself.
“There’s a glass half full here,” he said. “Despite some problems, you can save money and keep health plans on the exchange.”