Passport Health Plan has postponed a motion for injunctive relief filed last month in Franklin County Circuit Court after undertaking a series of severe cost-cutting measures to keep the plan afloat while it continues to look to the court for a long-term resolution. A hearing on the injunction motion that was scheduled for next Tuesday, March 5, has been cancelled.
Passport Health Plan is delaying construction on its new headquarters building at 18th and Broadway while the organization attempts to resolve a dispute with the Kentucky Cabinet for Health & Family Services. Passport is seeking immediate relief from a reduction in reimbursement rates that disproportionately impacts Medicaid beneficiaries in the Louisville area – where the majority of Passport’s members reside.
Passport Health Plan has promoted Carl Felix to the position of President and Chief Operating Officer (COO). In his new role, Carl’s responsibilities will expand to include all aspects of Passport’s Medicaid business in addition to his former duties leading the company’s Medicare Advantage business and administrative operations.
One of Louisville’s most anticipated real estate development projects has drawn significant attention and support from prominent national investors.
As part of National Prematurity Awareness Month, Passport Health Plan and March of Dimes are stepping up to help families who have babies being treated in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at University of Louisville Hospital.
Healthy Hoops Kentucky is an event where asthmatic children and their families can learn more about having asthma and other asthma-related conditions, in addition to learning some great ways to get exercise and stay healthy with Louisville basketball legend Darrell Griffith!
Kentucky State Police troopers and officers have received another tool to combat the opioid crisis – fentanyl response kits that help them avoid contact with dangerous drugs.
Property owners and neighborhood group representatives who live and work near the site of the future Passport Health Plan headquarters building and Health and Well-Being Campus at 18th and West Broadway are invited to an informal meeting on Tuesday, April 17, to discuss a requested change in zoning.
Passport Health Plan will officially break ground on the site of our new Health and Well-Being Campus at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, March 14, directly on the property at the intersection of West Broadway and 18th Street in Downtown Louisville.
Compassion is a key component in healthcare delivery, and seven individuals who embody that value will be honored at a luncheon in Downtown Louisville.