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Ending Racism Partnership panel of health experts addresses ways to further health equity in Philadelphia and society

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Result of regional sentiment survey identifies criminal justice, education, and housing as top areas where racism exists Top regional health experts gathered before a virtual audience of nearly 400 at…

Greg Deavens discusses voting rights in Philadelphia Inquirer Op-ed

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C0-authored by Greg Deavens, Susan Jacobson, David Thornburgh Originally published in The Philadelphia Inquirer on May 24. In March 1965, President Johnson gave a speech to Congress urging passage of…
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Statement from Gregory E. Deavens, President and CEO of Independence Health Group, on the Supreme Court’s dismissal of the Affordable Care Act challenge

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We are pleased with today’s decision dismissing the challenge to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The ACA has made health care more accessible by providing 31 million people with health…
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Independence Blue Cross president and CEO named to City & State PA Power 100 list

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Independence Blue Cross president and CEO Gregory E. Deavens has been named to the City & State PA Power 100 list. The PA Power 100 list spotlighted Deavens’ work in…

Independence participates in Ending Racism Partnership event about health equity

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Independence will support and participate in a free virtual event, "A Blueprint to End Racism: Health Equity,” presented by the Ending Racism Partnership on June 16 from noon to 12:30.…

Greg Deavens shares why he got the COVID-19 vaccine in The Philadelphia Tribune

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By Gregory E. Deavens, president and CEO of Independence Blue Cross Originally published in The Philadelphia Tribune on June 1. I got my COVID-19 vaccination, and physically it didn’t hurt…

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