Awards

Healthiest Employer

Cambia Health Solutions was recognized as being among the Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America. The Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America honors the best of the best, employers whose wellness programs represent remarkable diversity in their practices, exceptional awareness into their workforces and strategic thought leadership and vision regarding their company's role within the broader health care environment.

Woman of the Year

Cambia Health Solutions' Controller and Vice President of Finance Stacy Simpson was honored as the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Woman of the Year for the Oregon/Idaho/Southwest Washington/Montana chapter. Loss of her mother to lymphoma spurred Stacy's long-time commitment to supporting research and treatment for those battling the disease. She served for two years as the Society's local board president, and personally raised $50,000 as part of the Woman of the Year campaign.

Most Admired

Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon and Cambia Health Solutions were jointly honored as one of Oregon's Most Admired Companies in the health care category. Presented by the Portland Business Journal, the award is based on polling 3,200 Oregon CEOs and executives about who they most admire among their peers.

Governor's Gold Award

Mark Ganz, president and CEO of Cambia Health Solutions, has been honored with a 2013
Governors' Gold Award for his lifetime contributions to the state of Oregon in the areas of health care, economic development and leadership through community service. Presented by Oregon's living governors in October 2013, Governors' Gold Awards are received annually by a select number of esteemed businesses and individuals who have made significant contributions to the state during their lifetimes.

Healthy Worksite Award

Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Utah was recognized with a platinum-level award by the Utah Council for Worksite Health Promotion, the seventh time the company has been so honored. This program acknowledges efforts to facilitate and encourage employee health, enhance productivity and ensure healthy work environments.

Product Management Department of the Year

The Regence Commercial Product department was presented with a Gold Stevie® Award for Product Management Department of the Year in the 10th Annual American Business Awards, the nation's premier business awards program. The team was recognized for the development and use of best-practice product roadmap management and product development lifecycle tools.

Corporate Citizenship

Regence BlueShield was one of 11 employers honored statewide by the Association of Washington Businesses for their substantial commitment to community, and demonstrating new and more effective ways to give back to the community. Regence was recognized in the category of Corporate Citizenship. Regence BlueShield partners with key nonprofits delivering vital services, mobilizes executive and volunteer support to strengthen an organization, and provides significant financial support.

Healthiest Employers

Cambia Health Solutions is rated in the top five of Oregon "Healthiest Employers" among companies with more than 1,500 employees for the fourth straight year. The national program was sponsored locally by the Portland Business Journal. While this recognition occurred in Oregon, the company's wellness program is of the same high caliber throughout the four states where it has offices.

Best of Blue Member Touchpoint Measure: First-Call Resolution

Regence competed against all other Blue-branded health Plans and came out on top for this member satisfaction measure, which it also originated. Instead of using only traditional customer service call-in metrics, such as how fast calls are answered, Regence started using first-call several years ago as a service standard. For the first time, in 2012, all 39 Blue plans adopted this measure, to resolve member issues in a single call. But that year, Regence rolled all its business onto a single technology platform, which challenged its ability to maintain its standard. Learn more about how Regence overcame obstacles to lead the Blues in first-call resolution.

Best of Blue Clinical Distinction: Intensive Outpatient Care Program

Patients with multiple chronic and complex medical conditions make up 60 to 85 percent of our nation's health care spending each year. To better address the needs of these members, the Intensive Outpatient Care Program (IOCP) was developed with providers and employers through a pilot program in the Puget Sound. As a result of the pilot, Regence expanded IOCP to other service areas, has helped shepherd sister Blue Cross Blue Shield plans throughout the country and has advocated for national spread of the program. Learn more about IOCP.

Best of Blue Anti-Fraud: Criminal Investigation

Regence is dedicated to preventing fraud and abuse for its members and in the health care field. The company has a team of skilled investigators and data analysts that initiate investigations and respond to fraud and abuse schemes that crop up daily. Regence received a Best of Blue award for a 2011 criminal investigation that highlighted the innovative thinking and collaboration its special investigation unit (SIU) brings to this specialized field. Learn more about this investigation.

Best of Blue Inter-Plan Solutions: Richard L. Guffey Leadership Award

The Guffey award recognizes one individual among the 39 Blue plans for leadership excellence and advancing health care transformation. Only the 12th recipient of this prestigious award is Regence employee Brodie Dychinco, who has played a pivotal role in the company's consumer transparency initiatives for nearly a decade. To earn the Guffey award, Brodie not only set a national transparency standard and roadmap for the Blues, but also supported their implementation of Regence's transparency tools. Learn more about this award and about Regence's unique transparency approach.

Seven Seals Award, Oregon National Guard and Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve

Cambia Health Solutions and its CEO, Mark Ganz, received the Seven Seals award from Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber and Major General Raymond Rees for the company's support of the military community. Cambia has made a concerted effort to hire more veterans and help members of the military transitioning to the civilian world with career development. The company is part of a Hero Health Hire program, is working with Wounded Warriors, has a veterans outreach coordinator that attends military career fairs, and is partnering with the Oregon National Guard to offer health and wellness resources to local service members.

The Seven Seals Award represents the reserve components of the United States Armed Forces: Army Reserve, Navy Reserve, Air Force Reserve, Marine Reserve, Coast Guard Reserve, Army National Guard and Air National Guard.

Community and Education Supporter—Software Association of Oregon

Cambia Health Solutions recognized as a "Community and Education Supporter" for its Community Leadership Fund donation to an annual scholarship program for TechStart Education Foundation, which focuses on inspiring K-12 students to pursue computer science and technology interests.

Web Health Award—Gold

Hubbub wellness social networking was recognized by Web Health with two honors:

  • Gold: Web-based resource category
  • Merit: Mobile application/interactive gaming category

Competition among the nation's best digital health resources included organizations such as Mayo Clinic, Fitness Magazine, and WebMD

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