Natalia joined CDPHP in 2015 as a communications writer/editor. Born and raised in the Capital Region, Natalia earned a BS in marketing and management from Siena College and an MBA from Union Graduate College (now Clarkson University). A self-professed news junkie and lover of iced coffee, Natalia currently resides in North Greenbush with her husband, two kids, and a faithful yellow lab.
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For lots of us, we tend to only think about our health insurance plan when we visit a doctor or hospital, fill a prescription, or during the annual enrollment period. Did you know that you can take advantage of your CDPHP® benefits in a variety of other ways every day – and not just when you need medical care? continue reading →
Ever get sick of your daily routine? You wake up, grab a cup of coffee, and then probably sit in traffic trying to get to work. Repeat this five days a week for 50 or so weeks a year, and you’ve got the recipe for a truly boring – and unhealthy! – schedule. continue reading →
I remember preparing to head off to college like it was yesterday. Choosing my classes, shopping for the perfect bedding set, and all the while hoping I had made the right decision when I changed my mind at the last minute and ended up at Siena College instead of Marist (side note: It was one of the best choices I’ve ever made!). continue reading →
You may be familiar with CDPHP® Insights, an online community of health care consumers who offer feedback to help us improve health care experiences for all. We’re excited to announce that we’ve partnered with the Alliance for Positive Health to expand the CDPHP Insights community and support the Alliance’s efforts. For every new CDPHP Insights member, CDPHP will donate $1 (up to $5,000) to the Alliance for Positive Health. continue reading →
When Susan LeClair of Altamont, New York, found herself in the role of primary caregiver for her husband, Thomas, she quickly became overwhelmed. In 2012, Thomas was diagnosed with peritoneal mesothelioma, a disease that affects the GI tract rather than the lungs. continue reading →