In January 2016, Independence introduced Keystone 65 Focus Rx HMO (Keystone 65 Focus), a Medicare
Advantage HMO benefit. Keystone 65 Focus uses a defined-network with more than 23,000 participating providers in
southeastern Pennsylvania. Keystone 65 Focus members enjoy the same benefits as with broader-network Medicare
Advantage HMO benefit products while taking advantage of lower premiums and out-of-pocket costs.
There have been no changes to the Keystone 65 Focus network. The hospitals listed below will continue to participate
in the Keystone 65 Focus network for 2017; however, if an Independence-participating hospital does not appear on
this list, it means the hospital is not participating in the Keystone 65 Focus network. Members who choose Keystone
65 Focus for their health care coverage should only be referred to the hospitals listed below for non-emergency
- Abington Health
- – Abington Memorial Hospital
- – Lansdale Hospital
- Aria Health
- Community Health Systems
- – Brandywine Hospital
- – Chestnut Hill Hospital
- – Jennersville Regional Hospital
- – Phoenixville Hospital
- – Pottstown Memorial Medical Center
- Doylestown Hospital
- Grand View Hospital
- Holy Redeemer Hospital and Medical Center
- Main Line Hospitals, Inc.
- – Bryn Mawr Hospital
- – Lankenau Medical Center
- – Paoli Hospital
- – Riddle Hospital
- St. Luke’s Health System
- Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Inc.
- – Methodist Hospital
- – Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Your participation status for the Keystone 65 Focus defined network
Professional and ancillary providers who are new to the Independence network will receive their participation status
for Keystone 65 Focus later this month. If you have any questions about the eligibility criteria or another aspect of the
Keystone 65 Focus defined network, please refer to the frequently asked questions on our website.
If you have Medicare patients who are interested in Keystone 65 Focus, please have them contact Customer Service
toll-free at 1-800-645-3965 (TTY/TDD: 711), 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week. Please keep in mind that providers
must remain neutral when assisting patients with enrollment decisions. Any discussions with patients should be an
objective assessment of the patient’s needs and potential options.