Chinese Community Health Plan, or CCHP, is part of an integrated health delivery system with a history dating back to 1899. The first Chinese residents in San Francisco were forced to settle in Chinatown, where they were denied access San Francisco health institutions for decades. The only Western medicine facility open to the Chinese was the Tung Wah Dispensary, which was staffed by Christian missionaries. With the help of Blue Shield of California, CCHP was formed in 1982 as an alternative HMO for individuals who wanted to receive care at Chinese facilities. Today, CCHP has more than 23,000 members.

Three selling points for brokers:

  • March 2017, CCHP enrollments were over 23,000, including Medicare Advantage, Individual, and Employer Group plans.
  • CCHP is one of the only health plans in the country whose majority membership is a minority group nationally.
  • The make-up of CCHP’s multicultural membership consists of 65% Chinese and 35% non-Chinese, latter of which is made-up of Caucasian, African-American, Hispanic and other Asians ethnicities.
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