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In 1992, Holmes Regional Medical Center created project HOPE (Health Outreach Prevention and Education) to provide follow-up services to uninsured patients following emergency department visits. The first clinic, at University Park Elementary School in Melbourne, opened in 1994 with a group of volunteer physicians and nurse practitioners from HRMC.
In today’s rapidly changing health insurance environment, many employers are exploring the possibility of moving to an Alternative Funding (or partially self-funded) option. While there has been significant change in the health insurance arena in the past few years – one thing remains the same in most cases – costs continue to rise.
With almost 100 years of history in Central Florida, Orlando Health is one of the oldest continually operating organizations in the region. In addition, it is the area’s fifth largest employer with over 15,000 employees and more than 2,000 affiliated physicians.