CDPHP is so much more than a health insurance company. We’re on the ground in the community where you live, and we’re working to improve the lives and health of those in your neighborhoods, schools, and workplaces. Through our Charity of Choice program, employees can volunteer their time, talents, and resources to support one worthwhile charity each year. In addition, we sponsor the Workforce Team Challenge, health and fitness expos, health forums, and other community events that promote a healthy lifestyle.
We’re everywhere you are, in the Capital District and beyond. Won’t you join us?
If winter has you or your family members going a little stir-crazy, take heart! Our community hosts a number of fun, sometimes wacky winter festivals that will help you embrace the season and the great outdoors, whether there’s snow on the ground or not.
Laura G. is learning the importance of taking care of her health.
When Laura met Ariffa Bevin, a Community Advocate at CDPHP, the two immediately started talking about the importance of getting routine care. Those conversations encouraged Laura to take the next steps to get healthier, including seeing a primary care doctor on a regular basis, who she trusts and likes going to see.
It’s often called “the most wonderful time of year,” but the holiday season can be anything but for those less fortunate. While many of us celebrate with delicious meals and decorated homes, the holidays can be a source of pain and hardship for those struggling to make ends meet.
Fortunately, there is no shortage of generosity throughout the so-called season of giving. From toy drives to turkey dinners, the Capital Region opens its heart and wallet to those in need.
Have you been waiting to take a spin on a CDPHP Cycle! bike? Well, don’t put it off too much longer – the program’s official stop date for the 2018 riding season is Friday, November 30. We’ve been pretty lucky with less-than-frigid temps thus far in November, but that could turn any day now!
Dr. Kathleen Catalano’s career path has been anything but traditional, which is perhaps why her approach to medicine is anything but conventional. The schoolteacher- turned-family-physician was teaching special education at a school in Texas when she decided to pursue a lifelong dream of becoming a doctor. continue reading →
Few things are more important than your health. That is why for the second year in a row, CDPHP is releasing key performance data, as well as results from patient satisfaction surveys, to show which local primary care doctors have met our health plan’s rigorous standards for quality, efficiency, and patient satisfaction. continue reading →