The Anthem HealthLink platform, which provides healthcare plans to women in Alabama, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Texas and West Virginia, has reached agreement with Anthem to allow women to sign up for its health plans on a first-come, first-served basis, according to a release.
Anthem has been using its Anthem Health Link platform to pay out to enrolled women.
Anthem announced its partnership with Anthem Health, the company that provides healthcare providers, in January 2017.
Anthem Health is one of two companies in the United States that provide health insurance through its Anthem Connect platform.
Anthem Connect has about 1.5 million enrollees, according the release.
“We are excited to be partnering with Anthem on a national platform that will enable women to take advantage of affordable health care while also providing greater access to quality care,” Anthem President and CEO Chris Loh said in a statement.
“Our partnership with the Anthem Health CareLink platform will allow women the ability to easily enroll and access Anthem health plans.”
Anthem also has a similar platform for women in other states.
Anthem Healthcare is offering health insurance to people in the Alabama, Oklahoma and West Virginias.
The Anthem HealthcareConnect platform allows women to register for health plans through Anthem Health Connect and then select their preferred provider.
Anthem is offering a free trial of the Anthem Connect app for women, according a Anthem release.