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As we grow, we're excited to share some of our biggest accomplishments with you. Click below to learn more about the great things we're doing in our local Eastside community!  

2019

October 

EHN's CAO Featured in Combating Costs on the Eastside Article 

 

EHN's very own Chief Administrative Officer David LaMarche was featured in local magazine 425Buisness. Here he talks about some of the great innovative tools that EHN has introduced and is currently developing in helping deliver higher quality of care at an affordable lower cost.

"The goal is to knit things together," states David as he talks about the primary goals of EHN. "We're a clinically integrated network that brings together employed and independent providers on the Eastside with three main objectives: to improve quality, cost, and patient experience." 

To read the full article, click here 

EHN's Debut in Local Newspapers

 

In preparation for Medicare's annual Open Enrollment Period, we've teamed up with MedicareCompareUSA to help spread the word about some of the great resources we have to help you in your search for the perfect Medicare Advantage plan. 

Check out our "New to Medicare" ad published in the Kirkland Reporter below, or for more information regarding our resources check out our  Medicare Helpline webpage. 

To see our ad, click here (located on page 3). 

EHN now on Social Media

 

EHN is excited to begin spreading the word about all the great things we're doing in our local community, that's why we've created our very own social media page to help you quickly access this information. Check us out on one of our new social media platform below and don't forget to give us a like! 


2018

October

EHN Announces-Industry Leading Collaboration with Microsoft

 

Microsoft, Eastside Health Network (EHN) and Premera Blue Cross form a Pudget Sound area collaboration to offer a custom health plan option for Microsoft employees in the King and Snohomish County regions. The new plan option, called the Health Connect Plan, will use EHN's clinically integrated network to provide a high level of care for patients with the goal of improving outcomes and patient satisfaction. 

To read the full press release, click  here.