Kaiser Permanente of Southern California implemented the Healthy Bones program to proactively identify, screen and treat those with, or at risk of, osteoporosis.
Recognizing the need for a comprehensive health information technology network in western New York, Independent Health has pulled together area stakeholders and competitors to collaborate on a digital medical record database, and combat chronic diseases with a unified purpose.
Priority Health of Grand Rapids provides children covered by Medicaid with greater access to health care services through a patient-centered medical home, helping improve the health of all children in Michigan.
In Minneapolis, HealthPartners’ PowerUp program, directed at childhood obesity, is changing the culture around food and activity.
In 2013, CDPHP joined with the YMCA and Hannaford supermarkets to offer its community a free place to learn about healthy eating, fitness and health care.
In a concerted effort to control costs while expanding coverage in the state of Massachusetts, Tufts Health Plan introduced the Coordinated Care Model, which aligns financial and health care quality incentives of the health plan, network providers and members.