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UM Health System Joins Priority Health Healthcare Network

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GRAND RAPIDS — The University of Michigan Health System has joined Priority Health as a participating provider to serve its HMO, PPO, POS and Medicare product lines. The contract, which goes into effect March 1, will add more than 1,800 physicians as well as the University of Michigan hospitals to the Priority Health provider network.

Said Michael P. Freed, president and CEO of Priority Health. “This new collaboration provides even more access for our ever-growing membership while enhancing our healthcare network to care for the people of Michigan.”

UMHS is a premier health care system that will make a full range of medical services available to Priority Health members and provide access to over 120 clinic locations and offices. UMHS has consistently received high honors for patient care and safety from US News, Leapfrog and other rating organizations.

For more information on Priority Health plans, visit www.priorityhealth.com. A complete list of physicians and hospitals is also available by using the Priority Health online Find a Doctor tool. And for further details on the University of Michigan Health system, go to www.UofMHealth.org.

Priority Health is an award-winning health plan nationally recognized for creating innovative solutions that impact health care costs while maximizing customer experience. It offers a broad portfolio of products for employer groups and individuals including Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries. As a nonprofit company, Priority Health serves more than 600,000 people, has the largest individual Medicare Advantage plans in the state and has the highest Medicare quality rating for a health plan in Michigan. To learn more visit priorityhealth.com.

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