The National Committee for Quality Assurance awarded Virginia Premier a Commendable accreditation status for our focus on improving quality throughout the organization, especially in the areas of operational efficiencies, member satisfaction and access to care.
Two decades ago, Virginia Premier became a wholly owned entity of the VCU Health System, cementing an important partnership in providing access to affordable, quality health care to thousands of Virginians.
Virginia Premier and Kaiser Permanente are collaborating to create a fully integrated health care experience for Virginia residents receiving care through Medicaid.
Virginia Premier wants to make sure your baby remains covered for healthcare benefits during the change of Medallion plans. Our Medical Outreach representatives are in the process of calling members to discuss this important aspect of the transition from the Medallion 3.0 to Medallion 4.0 plans.
Virginia Premier, the second largest managed care health organization in Virginia, will continue serving Medicaid recipients throughout the Commonwealth through the Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS) rollout of the Medallion 4.0 health plan in August 2018.
Virginia Premier CEO Linda Hines has been reappointed to the State Board of Health by Gov. Ralph Northam, effective June 1, 2018. In this role, Ms. Hines provides valuable input on current health care issues and keeps the Board of Health informed on developments in managed care health insurance, such as the upcoming expansion of Medicaid in the Commonwealth.