Medens Health now accepts SCAN Health Plan

Medens Health is excited to announce its collaboration with SCAN Health Plan, a prominent not-for-profit Medicare Advantage plan serving over 285,000 members across California, Arizona, Nevada, and Texas. This partnership, effective January 1, 2024, marks a significant step forward in improving the accessibility of mental health services for seniors in these regions.

At Medens Health, we share a common goal with SCAN Group: to enhance the well-being and independence of seniors. Our dedication to providing comprehensive mental health support aligns perfectly with SCAN's mission of keeping seniors healthy and thriving.

Kyle Lott, Chief Operations Officer at Medens Health, highlights the value of this partnership, stating, "By joining forces with SCAN Health Plan, we aim to extend the reach of our services to even more seniors. Paired with our innovative on-site care program tailored for assisted living facilities and retirement communities, this collaboration will empower us to make a profound impact on the mental health care landscape for seniors."

The partnership between Medens Health and SCAN Health Plan is a promising step towards bridging the gap in mental health care for seniors. We are committed to expanding access to high-quality mental health services, making a positive difference in the lives of seniors who deserve comprehensive and compassionate care.

At Medens Health, we are dedicated to promoting senior mental health and well-being, and we are excited to embark on this new journey alongside SCAN Health Plan. For SCAN Health Plan members residing in California, Arizona, Nevada, or Texas, discovering and accessing our services is simple. Whether you have questions or wish to learn more, feel free to reach out to us at (310) 564-5400 or through our convenient online contact form.


The information provided in this blog is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Reliance on any information provided in this blog is solely at your own risk. Always seek the advice of your physician or a qualified mental health provider with any questions you may have regarding your medical or mental health. If you don’t currently have a therapist, we can connect you with one who is qualified to give you safe, professional, and ethical advice regarding your mental health.

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