Datapoint: Philadelphia Health System to Gain 100% Ownership of Health Partners Plans

Philadelphia-based health system Jefferson Health is set to gain 100% ownership of Health Partners Plans, according to a report in the Philadelphia Business Journal. The 18-hospital system, a unit of Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals Inc, gained a 25% stake in the Medicare and Medicaid insurer in 2016, growing its share via deals with co-owners Einstein Healthcare Network, which Jefferson Health agreed to merge with in 2019, and Temple University Health System. Health Partners Plans currently serves 281,221 members in Pennsylvania, with 95.1% enrolled in a Medicaid product.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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