New Year, New Health Coaching Tools for Humana's Go365 Wellness Rewards App
Expanded services for members bring leaders in digital wellness to Go365 programming.
Humana features new virtual well-being resources for Go365®, Humana Inc.'s (NYSE: HUM) wellness and rewards program. Employers and members will now have access to personalized digital health tools through four industry-leading partners. Humana is expanding its direct-to-consumer offerings to enable its customers to have more choices when it comes to managing physical, emotional and social health and wellness.
The new partners represent several of the leaders in health and fitness, well-being and mindfulness services, including:
- DailyBurn – A mobile application that provides over 1,000 expert-led video and audio workouts across web, mobile and TV applications.
- Fitbit (NYSE:FIT) – Fitbit's personalized training app, Fitbit Coach, gives Go365 members access to dynamic video workouts from professional trainers, plus 40+ run and walk audio coaching sessions expert-designed to help you increase endurance, speed and form based on your fitness level and goals. The addition of Fitbit Coach is the latest example of Humana's expanding strategic partnership with Fitbit.
- MindSciences – Evidence-based video programs developed by leading neuroscientist/psychiatrist Dr. Jud Brewer that use mindfulness learning techniques to overcome overeating, anxiety/stress and smoking: Eat Right Now, Unwinding Anxiety and Craving to Quit.
- Noom – A personalized program delivered through your mobile phone that uses psychology and small goals to change your habits, so that you can lose the weight and keep it off for good.
"Helping our members reach each goal and milestone on their personal health journey takes an understanding of how to make each one achievable," said Jeff Reid, senior vice president of Humana Wellness Solutions. "With these four partners, Go365 can help our members on their journey to achieving their best health – from the physical to mental and emotional health and well-being."
Go365's four new partners are available on eligible commercial Humana plans beginning today. These enhancements to the service stand to offer commercial group employers new ways to provide employees with best-in-class wellness programs as part of a competitive benefits package, while supporting employees to reduce health care costs.
To learn more about how Go365 guides individuals on their journey toward better well-being, go to Go365.com. You can also find us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Go365Now, Twitter: @Go365Now, Tumblr: www.go365now.tumblr.com, YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/Go365Now; Facebook Medicare: www.facebook.com/Go365forMedicare.
Shrank will serve as a member of the Humana Management Team and report to Humana President and CEO Bruce D. Broussard.
Humana Inc. one of the nation's leading health and well-being companies, announced today the appointment of William Shrank, MD, MSHS, as Humana's new Chief Medical Officer, effective April 1. He will serve as a member of the Humana Management Team and report to Humana President and CEO Bruce D. Broussard.
"I'm honored to receive the Ripple of Hope Award. Robert F. Kennedy inspired our nation to rededicate itself to social and economic justice for all Americans, and that critical work continues today," Broussard said.
Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights honored its 2018 Ripple of Hope laureates during the annual Ripple of Hope Gala at the New York Hilton Midtown on Dec. 12.
Humana CEO Bruce D. Broussard was honored along with the 44th President of the United States Barack Obama, Discovery President and CEO David Zaslav, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy. Laureates were selected for their exceptional work toward a more just and peaceful world.
The two-month long food drive aimed to bring awareness to the fact that 1 in 5 households served by a local food bank has at least one member who has served, or is currently serving, in the U.S. military.
"We're proud to again help the UofL LGBT Center create a welcoming environment where everyone can celebrate Thanksgiving exactly as they are."
Originally Published by Humana.
When you think about a holiday like Thanksgiving, do you picture yourself surrounded by family and loved ones? What would it feel like if you weren't welcome at that celebration? For some in the LGBTQ community, that is their reality.
For the fourth year, the Pride NRG, Humana's LGBTQ Associates and Allies Network Resource Group, is helping to make sure students at the University of Louisville can celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday with those that care about them and accept them within their community.
MA Plan influenced by Washington University research through the Home Hazard Removal Program (HARP) that addresses home hazards for aging St. Louisans.
Originally Published by Humana.
Humana Inc. (NYSE: HUM) is offering a Medicare Advantage plan in St. Louis with a fall prevention benefit. The benefit is administered by Washington University in conjunction with The Home Hazard Removal Program (HARP), a home hazard removal and fall risk intervention delivered in the home by occupational therapists (OTs) to assess home hazards and reduce physical and financial burden due to falls. The program and its outcomes have demonstrated a reduction in falls during studies conducted by researchers at Washington University.
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Humana Foundation Invests $1.84 Million to Address Social Determinants of Health in Knoxville and Jacksonville
In each of these communities, Humana is pursuing its "Bold Goal" to improve the health of the communities Humana serves 20 percent by 2020.
Originally Published by Humana.
The Humana Foundation is investing $1.84 million to address social determinants of health in two communities – Knoxville, Tenn., and Jacksonville, Fla.
In Knoxville, the Humana Foundation will invest $1,020,000 in the Truck2Table pilot program and is partnering with InterFaith Health Clinic and Catapult 4D to address East Tennessee health barriers.
In Jacksonville, the Humana Foundation will invest $820,000 in the Health-Smart program and partner with the University of Florida to address social isolation and food insecurity.