HealthExec April 18, 2024
Chad Van Alstin

Insurance giant Elevance Health entered into an agreement with private equity firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CD&R), specifically its healthcare companies Apree Health and Millennium Physician Group (MPG).

In an announcement, Elevance said the move aims to expand patient access to primary care services for its Carelon Health patients. Through the development of a new managed care program, the companies will seek to more efficiently address patient care needs, mental as well as physical. This “whole health approach” will be supported by care coordination, health coaching and support, as well as data analytics, effectively combining the offerings of the companies.

The new care plan is expected to impact 1 million patients from Carelon’s 30 clinics and beyond, as patients from...

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