Harvard Pilgrim Health Care is not just here for good. We're here for great

October 2015
New Hampshire Business Review;10/2/2015, Vol. 37 Issue 21, Special section p13
The article focuses on the importance of social services by health services provider Harvard Pilgrim Health Care. Topics discussed include the EatRight Rewards program that gives incentives to consumers for healthy shopping, the contributions of the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation in providing tools, training, and volunteers to help develop healthy communities, and the volunteer services by Harvard Pilgrim at the Beech Street School.


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