Fallon Health’s Medicare Advantage plan earns 4.5 Star Rating from CMS for 2023

Worcester, Mass., October 7, 2022— Fallon Health today announced the Medicare Star Ratings for its Medicare Advantage (MA) plan, effective January 1, 2023, from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). For the third year in a row, Fallon Medicare Plus has maintained a strong 4.5 Star Rating. 

“Our 4.5 Star Rating reflects Fallon Health’s focus on providing exceptional care and coverage to our Medicare members,” said Richard Burke, President and CEO of Fallon Health. “We are very proud of this achievement and want to recognize the amount of dedication and collaboration between all stakeholders that it takes to perform at this level.”

“The high-quality rating earned by Fallon Health is an important benchmark that validates the work we do on behalf of those we serve,” said David Brumley, M.D., Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for Fallon. “As an organization, we have made our performance in the Star Ratings a priority and continue to strive for excellence.”

Fallon Health is an HMO plan with a Medicare contract. Enrollment in Fallon Health depends on contract renewal. Every year, Medicare evaluates plans based on a 5-star rating system. CMS posts Star Ratings at www.medicare.gov.

Medicare’s annual open enrollment season runs October 15 through December 7. To learn more about all of Fallon’s 2023 Medicare Advantage offerings, please visit fallonhealth.org



Fallon Health
Melissa Randall
Director, Corporate Communications

About Fallon Health
Fallon Health is a company that cares. We prioritize our members—always—making sure they get the care they need and deserve. Founded in 1977 in Worcester, Massachusetts, Fallon delivers equitable, high-quality coordinated care and is continually rated among the nation’s top health plans for member experience, service, and clinical quality. Today, guided by our mission of improving health and inspiring hope, we strive to be the leading provider of government-sponsored health insurance programs—including Medicare, Medicaid, and PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly)— in the region.