Please Note:
– Stanford Health Care encompasses Stanford Hospital, its facilities, clinics and professional services.
– Stanford Children’s Health encompasses Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, its facilities, clinics and professional services.
– University HealthCare Alliance (UHA): All communications as they relate to Stanford Health Care contract negotiations include UHA unless separately called out.
– Packard Children’s Health Alliance (PCHA): All communications as they relate to Stanford Children’s Health contract negotiations include PCHA unless separately called out.
Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare and its facilities and Affinity Medical Group IPA are not affected by this termination.

How long will the new contract be in effect?
Three years.
When will the new contract go into effect?
The new agreement is effective September 1, 2019. There will not be a lapse in Stanford Health Care and Stanford Children’s Health participation in the Anthem network.
Do I need to do anything if I am an Anthem patient?
No. You can continue to receive care and schedule appointments as usual at Stanford Health Care, University HealthCare Alliance (UHA) and Stanford Children’s Health, which includes Packard Children’s Health Alliance (PCHA) and their affiliated facilities.
Will the services I received between September 1, and September 20, 2019 still be honored at in-network benefit levels?
Yes, services provided to Anthem patients will have their claims processed at the in-network benefit and out of pocket cost will be calculated as an in-network provider for those products in which Stanford and their affiliates have historically participated.
Who can I contact for more information about Stanford Health Care and Stanford Children's Health’s participation in the Anthem Network?
Patients can call (650) 736-5580 or toll-free at (844) 877-6692. You may also email info@stanfordanthemfacts.com for more information.