AmeriHealth New Jersey statement in response to King v. Burwell Supreme Court decision
Cranbury, NJ – June 25, 2015 — AmeriHealth New Jersey released the following statement today from President and CEO Judith L. Roman in response to the U.S. Supreme Court decision in the case King v. Burwell.
“We are very pleased that our members will not be affected by today’s ruling. While the health care reform law has increased access for many, there is still work to be done to make health care more affordable. AmeriHealth New Jersey is dedicated to driving joint accountability by partnering with physicians and hospitals to deliver higher quality health care and lower costs for New Jersey residents.”
About AmeriHealth New Jersey
AmeriHealth HMO, Inc. and AmeriHealth Insurance Company of New Jersey (collectively, AmeriHealth New Jersey) provide health insurance coverage to employers and individuals throughout New Jersey. The company has the largest provider network in New Jersey*, and provides access to hospitals and doctors across the nation. The company is also committed to offering value-added insurance solutions for customers through its innovative wellness and incentive programs and benefits designs.
The company’s managed care plan, AmeriHealth HMO, Inc. is accredited by National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).
AmeriHealth New Jersey and its affiliates are a growing group of insurance and health companies whose product portfolios include health insurance, workers’ compensation, property and casualty insurance, and management services. AmeriHealth New Jersey headquarters are located in Cranbury, NJ. For more information on AmeriHealth New Jersey, visit www.amerihealthnj.com.
* Based on analysis done through an independent source.
Manager, Public Relations
AmeriHealth New Jersey