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Children’s Community Health Plan changes its name to Chorus Community Health Plans

Effective Sept. 1, new name positions CCHP to better serve the community

Children’s Community Health Plan has changed its name to Chorus Community Health Plans (CCHP) to help expand its offerings and reach new members. 

The new name highlights CCHP’s longstanding community focus, and does not have any impact to current members or coverage plans offered. CCHP will continue to provide a variety of health insurance plans and customize services to meet the unique health care needs of adults, children and families.

“We have been growing and evolving as an organization for the last fifteen years, and our new name, Chorus Community Health Plans, will help better reflect our commitment to expanding access to health care, advancing health equity and building stronger communities,” said Mark Rakowski, president of CCHP. “When you think of the word chorus, you likely think of many people and moving pieces, all working toward the same goal. At CCHP, we work together with our community partners and health care providers to improve outcomes and help our members live their healthiest lives.”

As a proud affiliate of Children’s Wisconsin, this new name marks an important milestone in the shared history of CCHP and Children’s. Effective Sept. 1, 2022, the transition away from using the product name Together with CCHP for marketplace and commercial plans will also begin. Additional details are forthcoming.