Canopy Health is making virtual health a reality with its new release of the MyCanopyHealth mobile app and member portal. Learn more about how you can take advantage of the benefits of virtual health systems in this article!
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The Canopy Health Board of Directors appointed Mike Robinson as the new CEO on January 24, 2019. Mike will lead Canopy Health into its next phase of growth.
C. diff is a dangerous hospital-acquired infection that can lead to life-threatening inflammation of the colon. To decrease instances of C. diff, UCSF Informatics employees are using electronic health records to track the sources of the bacteria.
Recently, we launched the MyCanopyHealth mobile app and member portal, which will improve your healthcare experience and streamline your access to refreshingly clear, human care.
Care management is a vital treatment application for individuals with chronic illness who require extensive treatment and preventive care. At Canopy Health, we’re extremely proud of our care managers and the work they’re doing to keep our members healthy, happy, and productive.
Canopy Health now provides all members with telehealth options to deliver virtual medical and wellness services, as well as health education, via our member portal and member app.
John Muir Health employees can select UnitedHealthcare’s SignatureValue Advantage HMO, which includes the Canopy Health alliance. Keep reading to learn more!
Due to changes to the economy and in politics, the healthcare landscape in the Bay Area has experienced numerous highs and low. Learn more about the history of healthcare in our region and why the future for Bay Area residents looks so bright.
Dignity Health and Catholic Health Initiatives have combined their resources to provide and improve a nonprofit Catholic health system dedicated to fostering healthy communities throughout the Bay Area.
Our contact center staff is trained to resolve all issues within a single call and is committed to meeting and exceeding your clients’ potential care and coverage issues.
Alameda Health System is collecting race, ethnicity, and language (REAL) data, as well as sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) data, to develop population management strategies that reduce healthcare disparities across the board.