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Passport Health Plan ranked #21 of all Medicaid health plans

The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) ranks Passport Health Plan #21 among 131 Medicaid health insurance plans in “NCQA’s Medicaid Health Insurance Plan Rankings 2013-2014.” Passport Health Plan is a managed care organization serving more than 127,000 Medicaid members in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The rankings are based on clinical quality, member satisfaction and

Passport Health Plan receives national recognition

Passport Health Plan announced today that America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) is featuring its Improved Health Outcomes Program grant to the Louisville Metro EMS.  Because many people were using Louisville, KY’s 911 call system for non-urgent needs, the system had become overwhelmed, and its ability to provide immediate response to people with life-threatening needs was

Passport Health Plan announces John Burich as vice president of strategy and business development

Passport Health Plan announced today the appointment of John Burich as Vice President of Strategy and Business Development.   Mr. Burich is highly accomplished with over thirty years of experience in health and human services working with a variety of public and private sector organizations. He most recently served as Vice President of Business Development for Magellan, a publically-traded company

The Heart Ball

Raises funds for heart research, health education Hundreds of corporate and medical professionals will gather for An Evening in Wonderland at the 21st annual Heart Ball on Saturday, February 2, 2013. This black tie event celebrates the breakthroughs in cardiovascular research, while raising funds to reduce the impact of heart disease and stroke – the

Passport protests state Medicaid bid

By Melanie Wolkoff Wachsman Passport Health Plan, a non-profit community-based Medicaid managed health plan based in Louisville, filled a formal protest of the award of Managed Care contracts for the sixteen county regions known as Medicaid Region 3. Passport filed the protest after discussing concerns around the assignment of members to health plans with officials