The organization has also moved aggressively into healthcare cost transparency. Earlier this year it announced a partnership with Castlight Health to develop member access to cost and quality information about healthcare providers and common procedures, including out-of-pocket pricing and quality measures for all in-network healthcare providers.
Recently Harvard Pilgrim also announced that it is partnering with two New Hampshire provider organizations, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and Elliot Health System, to offer a defined-network product focused on care coordination. The network includes more than 400 primary care doctors and 2,600 specialists, with an insurance premium that's about 10% less than Harvard Pilgrim's similar full-network plans.
Here's the NCQA top 10 results for 2013:
Top 10 Commercial Health Plans