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  1. AETNA FORMS PRODUCT-BASED ACCOUNTABLE CARE ORGANIZATION WITH GATEWAY HEALTH

    Jul 18, 2016

    Aetna and Gateway Health today announced a commercial, product-based accountable care organization (ACO) agreement designed to enhance coordinated patient care, lower health care costs and improve the patient experience.

  2. Survey Takes Pulse of Health Benefits

    Jan 29, 2013

    Just more than half of employers in the Dan River Region offer wellness programs in health insurance plans for their employees, according to a recent survey.

  3. Employer Health Survey Results to be announced

    Jan 21, 2013

    The Register and Bee recently posted an article on the Regional Healthcare Roundtable Group's Health and Wellness Benefits Survey Results.

  4. Gateway Health nurse earns CCM accreditation!

    Oct 18, 2012

    Gateway Health Case manger Jacquie Marshall, RN has passed the CCM (Certified Case Manager) exam!

  5. Open House Celebration

    Jun 20, 2012

    Gateway Health celebrates Open House!

  6. Halifax Regional takes pulse of health reform

    Jul 29, 2011

    As U.S. lawmakers mull over whether to raise the nation’s debt limit ceiling or to cut spending, Halifax Regional Health System (HRHS) has been preparing for possible cuts to federal programs such as Medicare and Medicaid, according to HRHS CEO Chris Lumsden.

  7. Virginia secretary of Health and Human Resources Addresses Health Care Reform

    Jul 22, 2011

    Virginia Secretary of Health and Human Resources Dr. Bill Hazel spoke Wednesday, July 20, 2011 in Danville at the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research on the effect of the federal health reform law on employers, employees and providers.

  8. Secretary of Health and Human Resources visits Danville

    Jul 22, 2011

    Virginia Secretary of Health and Human Resources Dr. Bill Hazel spoke Wednesday, July 20, 2011 in Danville at the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research on the effect of the federal health reform law on employers, employees and providers.

  9. Virginia secretary of Health and Human Resources Addresses Health Care Reform

    Jul 22, 2011

    Virginia Secretary of Health and Human Resources Dr. Bill Hazel spoke Wednesday, July 20, 2011 in Danville at the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research on the effect of the federal health reform law on employers, employees and providers.

  10. Health care costs vary widely, study shows

    Jun 30, 2011

    Patients pay as much as 683% more for the same medical procedures, such as MRIs or CT scans, in the same town, depending on which doctor they choose, according to a study by a national health care group.

  11. DPCS Employee Wins iPod at Healthcare Reform Seminar Sponsored by Gateway Health

    Apr 01, 2011

    Healthcare Reform is ever evolving and it is important for local employers to stay on top of the areas of legislation that will affect them. Attendees of the seminar were able to learn exactly what the Healthcare Reform Act will mean in terms of new changes and timelines for implementation.

  12. Workers say wellness programs improve health, lower costs

    Mar 02, 2011

    Find out what workers have to say about wellness programs....

  13. Setting self-funding strategy

    Mar 02, 2011

    Small employers increasingly turning to self-funding to ease cost increases

  14. Kalamazoo County wellness success holds premium increases to zero

    Mar 02, 2011

    Discover how implementing a wellness program helped this organization....

  15. Tackling Care as Chronic Ailments Pile Up

    Mar 01, 2011

    Anyone seriously interested in improving the health of Americans and reducing the costs of health care must be willing to tackle a growing and underappreciated problem: the vast number of patients with more than one chronic illness.

  16. Defining ‘Essential’ Care

    Mar 01, 2011

    Regulators Move to Specify Coverage Under Health Law; Insurers Seek Flexibility

  17. Tackling Care as Chronic Ailments Pile Up

    Mar 01, 2011

    Anyone seriously interested in improving the health of Americans and reducing the costs of health care must be willing to tackle a growing and underappreciated problem: the vast number of patients with more than one chronic illness.