Behavioral Health Business June 30, 2022
Laura Lovett

Digital eating disorder provider Equip has announced its nationwide expansion. The virtual provider will now be able to see patients in all 50 states and Washington, D.C.

The San Diego-based company began seeing patients in October 2020. Less than a year later, it inked its first payer partnerships with UnitedHealthcare. Now, it works with a long list of national payers, including Atena, Anthem and Cigna.

“We’ve grown pretty extensively since then, signing 10-plus other commercial payers and our first Medicaid partner, Partnership Health Plan of Northern California,” Kristina Saffran, Equip CEO, told Behavioral Health Business. “My work every day is just to continue building in-network partnerships so that it’s accessible to every family and no family has to pay out...

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