Saturday, July 8, 2017

New Job - San Francisco Health Plan

I recently accepted a contract position at San Francisco Health Plan in San Francisco.




San Francisco Health Plan (SFHP) is a licensed community health plan that is designed for and by the residents it serves – many of whom would not be able to otherwise obtain health care for themselves or their families. 

SFHP was created in 1994 as one of California’s Local Health Plans – an initiative to provide affordable health coverage to low and moderate-income families residing in San Francisco. We have since grown to deliver health insurance services to over 140,000 San Franciscans.

In January 2002, in addition to our Medi-Cal and Healthy Workers programs, we launched Healthy Kids – a City and County funded program, which moved San Francisco one giant step closer to universal health care coverage for all uninsured children.

In July 2006, SFHP partnered with the San Francisco Department of Public Health to develop and implement Healthy SF. Healthy SF is not an insurance program, but provides participants with a primary care clinic – called a “medical home” – that provides preventive, specialty, urgent care, emergency care, mental health and substance abuse services, laboratory, and inpatient services, as well as radiology, and pharmaceuticals.

I'm looking forward to this new opportunity to grow and help San Franciscans obtain affordable health care at SFHP.org

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