Neighborhood Health, Meals on Wheels mark milestone in food delivery program

FROM LEFT, Mark Cooper, vice president of Medicare-Medicaid integration for Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island; Meghan Grady, executive director of Meals on Wheels of RI Inc.; and Lisa Duchesne, a product director at Neighborhood, celebrate the 1000th delivery of food bags under a pilot program that's been running for a year. / COURTESY MEALS ON WHEELS OF RI INC.
SMITHFIELD – Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island and health insurer Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island recently celebrated the 1,000th delivery of shelf-stable food bags under a pilot food program that benefits members of Neighborhood Health's Integrity Medicaid-Medicare Plan. The Neighborhood-Meals on Wheels Shelf-Stable Food Bag Program launched in July 2022 and will conclude…

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