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Working with Signify:
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Every day, Signify Health physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants engage with thousands of health plan members – wherever they call home – to get a true understanding of members’ health status and for members to get connected to the right care for their unique needs.
Our clinicians each bring a unique "why" behind their work. We are proud to showcase their stories and the heart behind each moment they spend in the home.
"I love working with Signify Health. The time we have to spend with health plan members in their homes is such a gift."
"In my experience with Signify Health, I've found seniors want to be listened to and heard. I allow that time for them to express their needs and discuss ways of advocating for themselves with their primary care providers."
“I want to be an example of how providers treat people with respect and dignity. Health plan members deserve to be seen and heard in the moment – and with Signify, I feel I am doing this work."
“Healthcare visits are rushed, and most members feel like they don’t have a chance to ask questions. Once you show that you are more than willing to sit down one-on-one, they are happy and understand that their health plan and care team actually care about them.”
"Every day, I feel like there’s something I can do to help."
“I really enjoy being in the members’ homes. They are so much more comfortable without the stress of travel or getting to an appointment on time. We also have the time to ask the right questions.”
“For some members, it’s a challenge to understand and adhere to their medication plans. One thing our members consistently tell me is how much they appreciate us seeing them in their homes to get to know them and help them stay healthy.”
"Signify Health has been a very rewarding job. We can empower health plan members to become better advocates for their health, taking the extra time to listen, answer their questions, and educate them."
“The PCP gets a snapshot of a member in an office setting, but we see things like the number of steps to enter their home and the ability of the member to function comfortably in their home. We can make referrals to the member’s plan and ensure PCPs are aware of their health and overall quality of life.”
Dr. Cathy Hammond