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Anthem announced Wednesday that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Integra Managed Care, a managed long-term care plan in New York that provides assistance to adults with long-term care needs and disabilities – ideally allowing them to live safely and independently in their own home.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Integra currently serves about 40,000 Medicaid members who can tap into a dedicated care management team, which includes a registered nurse, social worker and coordinator, who work in partnership with members, families and healthcare providers to help them meet their long-term care needs.
Felicia Norwood, executive vice president of Anthem’s Government Business Division, said in a statement that the acquisition aligns with Anthem’s goal of growing its Medicaid business.
“Like Anthem, Integra has established connections with community groups to gain a deeper understanding of how to best support the whole-health needs