Founded in 1997 as a Regional PPO Network covering eight states in and around Montana, Interwest Health today represents one of the region’s leading networks.  Clients access Interwest Health for commercial group health, workers’ compensation and first party auto liability coverage.  In 2021, Interwest Health became a wholly owned subsidiary of Prime Health Services, Inc. (see: www.primehealthservices.com), one of the premier PPO networks nationally.  Interwest Health continues to operate independent of Prime Health Services, but with the support of a national network to offer broader coverage.

As a regional preferred provider organization (PPO), Interwest Health is available to companies needing to provide value to their clients by utilizing a broad network of credentialed providers and facilities to provide the best possible health coverage.  InterWest Health’s network spans the region and includes direct contracts in Montana, Idaho, North Dakota, Washington and Wyoming with additional access through its parent company to providers in Utah, South Dakota and Nebraska.

Interwest Health represents a growing and developing PPO network with a unique presence in the Midwest and Pacific Northwest.

Dorrence Stovall

Executive Director

Dorrence has over thirty years of healthcare industry experience that spans administration with Vanderbilt University Medical Center, network development with Aetna / US Healthcare for the state of Tennessee, and leading national recruitment and development efforts for FOCUS Healthcare. Leading up to his Executive Director role at InterWest Health, he has been with Prime Health Services for nearly 20 years and has assisted in the development of the network in varying roles.

In his three-decade career, Dorrence has established a reputation for making a positive difference on the delivery of health care and on the industry as a whole, bringing honest, ethical, and innovative approaches to problems.

Dorrence currently serves on the national Board of Directors for the American Association of Payers, Administrators, and Networks (AAPAN) and as Chairman of the AAPAN Southeast Regional Board of Directors, where he encourages knowledge sharing and cooperation amongst regional payers, administrators, and networks in the ever-changing healthcare industry. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (pre-law) and a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in Healthcare Administration.