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Senior Whole Health Celebrates Best Year Ever

Record Single Year Enrollment Reflects Singular Focus, Dedicated Employees, Language and Cultural Sensitivity

Dec. 10, 2012 — Senior Whole Health (SWH), the state's largest health plan for poor seniors, will end 2012 with its largest ever single-year increase in enrollment, SWH Chairman and CEO Wayne Lowell said today.

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Steward Disrupts Care for 900 Seniors

CAMBRIDGE, Oct. 3, 2012 – Steward Health Care System has abruptly cancelled a contract between its employed physician group and Senior Whole Health (SWH), creating a major disruption and potential health issues for about 900 frail and vulnerable elders who have both Medicare and MassHealth benefits. The affected elders, many of them non-English speaking, are located largely in Boston, Brockton, Taunton, Fall River and New Bedford, and on average are 78 years old.

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Veteran Health Care CFO Joins SWH

Cambridge, Jan. 24, 2012 – Robert Fallon, a financial and health care professional with 30 years of experience, has been appointed Chief Financial Officer of Senior Whole Health (SWH), the state's largest Senior Care Options (SCO) plan, the company announced today.

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