Cambia Health, a nonprofit health care company, and family of companies creating simple and personalized health experiences, has partnered with a mobile-based health tech company, Pager to optimize care coordination and delivery for consumers. With this strategic collaboration, both companies will build digital health solutions which provide real-time, real people support to consumers in the need of most requiring scenario. Headquartered in New York, NY, Pager’s platform establishes links between consumers and healthcare organization’s solutions to guarantee people can easily connect to low-cost, high-quality care.
Pager’s it-self established care navigation platform integrates advanced chat-technology with real human clinical services allowing a trusted, personalized and convenient experience for people all the way through their care journeys. On this collaboration, Pager CEO Walter Jin said that Cambia and Pager have a shared vision to deliver a seamless consumer experience for how people access their health care. He further noted that as our collaboration grows, we are confident that people are going to have an experience that will transform the way they engage with their health care. This is a significant milestone in Pager’s history and I can’t wait to share more as we progress. Currently, Cambia serves to approximately 70 million Americans across the nation, including more than 2 million people in the Pacific Northwest who are enrolled in their regional health plans.
As a nonprofit health care company in Portland, Oregon, Cambia Health Solutions is the parent company of Regence, a member of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association operating in Oregon, Idaho, Utah, and Washington; Asuris Northwest Health; BridgeSpan Health; and LifeMap