Welcome to LetsTalkHealthCare.org, brought to you by Harvard Pilgrim. Whether you’re an employer, an individual, a doctor or other health care professional, we want to work with you to make health care work better!
We’re working with members to actively manage care-related costs by empowering them to take control of their own health and wellness.
We’re working with doctors and hospitals to balance quality and cost and help our members find the provider that meets their specific needs.
And, we’re constantly pursuing better solutions based on the individual needs of our members and their doctors to improve the overall health care delivery system and health benefits coverage in New England and beyond.
About Harvard Pilgrim Health Care:
Harvard Pilgrim is a not-for-profit health plan that provides a variety of insurance plan options and self-funding arrangements to more than one million members in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine. For more than 40 years, we’ve built a reputation for supporting exceptional clinical quality, preventive care, disease management, outstanding service, and member satisfaction. In fact, Harvard Pilgrim was named the #1 private health plan in America according to an annual ranking of the nation’s best health plans by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).* For more information, please visit harvardpilgrim.org
* U.S. News/NCQA America’s Best Health Insurance Plans 2005-2009 (annual)
About Eric H. Schultz
Eric H. Schultz is president and chief executive officer of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care. During his 26-year career in health care, Schultz has consistently taken an active role in defining and implementing changes that have led to improvements and greater efficiencies in both the cost and delivery of health care. Prior to joining Harvard Pilgrim in March 2010, Schultz was president and chief executive officer of Fallon Community Health Plan for ten years. Schultz also held executive positions with CIGNA Healthcare, where he oversaw plan operations for eastern Missouri and southern Illinois, and with Prudential HealthCare where he led its Nashville and Memphis commercial and Medicaid businesses. Schultz also served as medical group administrator for Nashville Healthcare Group, and was responsible for building a clinical delivery site for Nashville’s largest primary care group practice.