Duke Health and Troy Medicare announced that they have signed a contract to enable seniors in North Carolina to access Duke Health’s facilities and 2,000+ providers in-network.
Troy Medicare is a pharmacy-driven, tech-enabled Medicare Advantage plan based in Charlotte, North Carolina that leverages its network of independent pharmacies to improve outcomes and coordinate care.
Flaviu Simihaian, Troy Medicare’s Chief Executive Officer, said, “We are excited to partner with Duke Health to reduce the burden of prior authorizations that plague providers today. Healthcare is hyperlocal and our role as a Medicare Advantage plan is to empower providers in each local community by making it easier for them to tailor the best care for each member.”
As a Medicare Advantage plan taking on a $800 Billion market, Troy Medicare receives a fixed monthly payment from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and is responsible for facilitating the best healthcare experience for Medicare beneficiaries. The company focuses on underserved communities in which pharmacists and physicians are the core of healthcare decisions. By reducing the administrative burden on these providers and empowering them with world-class technology, Troy’s mission is to ensure each of its Medicare beneficiaries receive the best care possible.