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Suzanne Bragg-Gamble

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Poudre Valley Hospital

HQ Phone:  (970) 237-7700

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Poudre Valley Hospital

2500 Rocky Mountain Ave

Loveland, Colorado,80538

United States

Company Description

Poudre Valley Health System (PVHS) is a locally owned, private, nonprofit organization with a vision to provide world-class health care. Based in northern Colorado since 1925, PVHS provides evidence-based health care and wellness services and products to an ar... more

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Executive Director

CoverColorado


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Task Force Member


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www.coloradoan.com

The letter, signed by CoverColorado Executive Director Suzanne Bragg-Gamble and dated March 28, was incorrect, PVHS spokesman Kevin Darst said Thursday.
In an email to the Coloradoan on Thursday, Bragg-Gamble insisted: "We were told by Poudre Valley Health System that they would no longer see CoverColorado members effective April 1. That's why we notified our members. We are actively working with all parties to ensure a positive outcome for our members. Anything that moves us in that direction is a positive development." The letter was from "an executive" at PVHS, but not CEO Rulon Stacey, Bragg-Gamble said. Bragg-Gamble was in meetings at the Legislature about this issue Thursday, a spokesman said.


www.coloradoan.com

The letter, signed by CoverColorado Executive Director Suzanne Bragg-Gamble and dated March 28, was incorrect, PVHS spokesman Kevin Darst said Thursday.
In an email to the Coloradoan on Thursday, Bragg-Gamble insisted: "We were told by Poudre Valley Health System that they would no longer see CoverColorado members effective April 1. That's why we notified our members. We are actively working with all parties to ensure a positive outcome for our members. Anything that moves us in that direction is a positive development." The letter was from "an executive" at PVHS, but not CEO Rulon Stacey, Bragg-Gamble said. Bragg-Gamble was in meetings at the Legislature about this issue Thursday, a spokesman said.


www.healthinsurancecolorado.net [cached]

Suzanne Bragg-Gamble, the executive director of CoverColorado (which runs GettingUsCovered in partnership with Rocky Mountain Health Plans), notes that especially in the early days of the program, a lot of potential applicants thought that the policy would be free or very low cost.


www.gjfreepress.com

"Most people who contacted us thought it was free or very low cost because it was a government subsidy," said Suzanne Bragg-Gamble, executive director of CoverColorado, the state's existing high-risk pool.
The new program is run by CoverColorado in partnership with Rocky Mountain Health Plans. Enrollment has picked up and is on pace with initial projections, Bragg-Gamble said.


www.denverpublicrelations.com

Suzanne Bragg-Gamble is the executive director of CoverColorado.
When we first started talking to Suzanne about developing a communications program for GettingUSCovered, the new health plan for the uninsured that Suzanne administers, she was hesitant. She was uncertain what PR was, how it worked, or even if she needed it. Despite her skepticism, she decided to trust our judgment. Since then, she's participated in a press conference with the Governor, conducted multiple media interviews, published a guest opinion column, done presentations at hospitals, agreed to a marketing communications campaign and hosted a webinar for over 100 insurance brokers. She even let us set up a GettingUSCovered Facebook page. You might say that Suzanne is now a PR maven. I am proud of Suzanne for taking that big leap this year.


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