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Morgan Health and Embold Health CEOs: Creating a Centralized Provider Directory Would Accelerate Quality Improvement, Value-Based Reforms in Employer-Sponsored Market
Dr. Cheryl Pegus, former Walmart EVP of Health & Wellness, Joins Morgan Health
Morgan Health and the 5 Things Self-Insured Employers Should Do Right Now, A Conversation with Dan Mendelson
JPMorgan Chase Launches Advanced Primary Care Centers for Columbus Employees, Families
Morgan Health Announces New Investment in LetsGetChecked, Expanding Access to At-Home Health Care
New Morgan Health-NORC Analysis Finds Widespread Health Disparities Among Americans with Employer-Sponsored Insurance
Morgan Health Op-Ed: Employers Need To Start Expecting More From The Health System.
Morgan Health partners with
Kaiser Permanente to tackle health equity in the CA region
Morgan Health Joining $23 Million Funding Round for Embold Health
Morgan Health Report:
Employers Should Expect More from the U.S. Health Care System
The Journal of America's Physician Groups:
Building Partnerships to Support Advanced Primary Care Model
Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy:
A Pathway for Coordinated, Affordable Employer-Sponsored Health Care
Morgan Health is investing its capital in health care companies focused on improving healthcare in the commercial marketplace.
Our first partnership with Kaiser Permanente provide an important foundation for measuring and addressing disparities, while also empowering providers to take an active role in preventing health disparities in the future.
Health equity is foundational to Morgan Health’s investment and innovation strategy. We are committed to ensuring all patients have access to the best health care, regardless of race and ethnicity and income level. In collaboration with others, Morgan Health is taking a data-driven approach to identify and address any existing disparities within our employee population through our strategy and investments.
Promote innovation in the employer-sponsored health care marketplace and work with the JPMorgan Chase Benefits team to enhance the firm’s health benefits. Driving greater availability and adoption of accountable care models is a foundation of Morgan Health’s innovation work.
Accelerate health system improvement through a $250 million capital allocation. The organization will invest in promising health care companies that are driving improvement in employer-sponsored health care.