Vera Whole Health Releases Client Spotlight on Seattle Children’s

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New white paper shows how advanced primary care and dedicated care centers improve health and drive down costs

Seattle Children’s estimates it has saved $16 million in its past five years of partnership with Vera Whole Health.

Vera Whole Health, a national leader in advanced primary care, today released a free downloadable white paper detailing its partnership with Seattle Children’s, one of the nation’s premier facilities for pediatric care and research.

Seattle Children’s estimates it has saved $16 million in its past five years of partnership with Vera. It has seen health premium trends decline while other organizations are experiencing increases.

The client spotlight discusses the origin of the Seattle Children’s partnership with Vera in 2013 to invest in primary care through a near-site care center. It also covers the challenges the hospital faced prior to the partnership, and the strong improvements in health outcomes and cost-savings that were delivered in the five years since.

Readers will also learn how investment in primary care improved health, reduced claims, and increased patient satisfaction across 6,000 employees. And, how savings were reinvested back into richer benefits.

To learn more about Vera Whole Health and to download the client spotlight, visit

About Advanced Primary Care
Advanced primary care minimizes obstacles to health by emphasizing time-rich appointments, empathetic listening, and behavior change. The results are better outcomes, improved population health and satisfaction, and fewer claims.

About Vera Whole Health
Vera Whole Health is at the vanguard of a health revolution and a national leader in advanced primary care. Its model is uniquely designed to help people achieve optimum social, psychological, and physical well-being -- an outcome that’s neither probable nor affordable within the current sick-care system. Vera is the first provider in the United States to earn a Certificate of Validation by the Validation Institute for sound population health cost outcomes.

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