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Priority Health Recognized by Michigan for Medicaid Plan Performance


Priority Health has received high ratings from the state of Michigan for its Michigan Medicaid health plans, indicating their “above average” performance.

Grand Rapids, Michigan — On the heels of having received 5-star ratings from CMS for several of its Medicare Advantage plans, Priority Health has received a 4-apple rating, indicating “above average” performance, from Michigan for its Michigan Medicaid health plans. These plans include Children’s Special Health Care Services and Healthy Michigan Plan, and they were compared with all Michigan Medicaid health plans

Priority Health’s plans were recognized for their performance in 5 areas: doctors’ communication and service, getting care, keeping kids healthy, living will illness, and taking care of women.

“This is a direct reflection of the hard work that our teams put in every day to ensure we are providing the best possible care for our most vulnerable populations,” noted Praveen Thadani, president, in a statement. “Whether it is through our unique maternal and infant health programs, or hands-on care from our community health workers, we are committed to helping our members live happy and healthy lives.”

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