TEMPE, Ariz., Sept. 9, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Bridgeway Health Solutions (Bridgeway) announced its Behavioral and PhysicalHealth Integration award recipients from the 2016 Transforming Care Awards luncheon in Phoenix. The first place recipient, with a $10,000 award, is Helping Hearts. The second place recipient, with a $5,000
Bridgeway accepted applications from healthcare providers for this inaugural award, which encourages and recognizes innovative healthcare programs that integrate behavioral and physical health.
"Bridgeway is committed to recognizing providers that support creative programs addressing member care within our Arizona communities," said Paul Barnes, President and CEO of Bridgeway. "We are pleased to honor the winners and are delighted by the number of impressive program submissions we received."
Providers with a program integrated in both behavioral and physical health were encouraged to apply for the award. They must have contracted and served Bridgeway members for at least three months.
For additional information and to view photos from the awards luncheon, please visit www.BridgewayHS.com.
About Bridgeway Health Solutions Bridgeway Health Solutions (Bridgeway) is a health maintenance organization that provides long-term care services to people who are enrolled with Arizona Healthcare Cost Containment System (AHCCCS). Bridgeway is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Centene Corporation, a leading, multi-national healthcare enterprise offering both core Medicaid and specialty services. For more information, visit BridgewayHS.com.
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SOURCE Bridgeway Health Solutions
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