Harvard Pilgrim is a not-for-profit health services company based in the New England region of the United States. Harvard Pilgrim’s health plans in New England provide health coverage to 1.3 million members, while another 1.4 million individuals are served through Health Plans, Inc., a subsidiary that provides integrated care management, health coaching and plan administration solutions to self-funded employers. Founded in 1969, Harvard Pilgrim is known for its clinical programs, customer service, health improvement strategies and innovative tools. Harvard Pilgrim is home to the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute, a collaboration with Harvard Medical School. As Harvard Medical School’s Department of Population Medicine, the Institute is the only appointing department of a U.S. medical school housed within a health plan. Funded primarily through external government and private sources, it provides information to the health care system on issues affecting population health and health care delivery.