Broward County

Bold Goal
20% Healthier By 2020

[page_title], Florida is working to become one of the healthiest cities in America. We know that health happens locally, which is why Humana is working with nonprofit organizations, business and government leaders as well as physician and clinician partners to help solve some of [page_title]’s toughest barriers to health. Together, we are making health easier one person and one community at a time. Join us!


Putting the focus on local health issues.

  • Diabetes
  • Behavioral health

Barriers to health

Overcoming roadblocks that prevent good health.

  • Food Insecurity
  • Social Isolation/Loneliness
  • Health Literacy
  • Cultural Competency

Working Committees

  • Access to Care
  • Community Collaboration
  • Education of Community Resources
  • Nutrition

Health ecosystem

Connecting people with care and community resources to get healthy and stay healthy. 
Improving health with a network of goods, services and essential resources.

[page_title]’s Health Advisory Board

A Bold Team For A Bold Goal

Working in partnership with local businesses, nonprofits, educators and government organizations, Humana is committed to the ever-evolving effort of dramatically reducing the number of Unhealthy Days and making [page_title] a healthier community. There’s always room for more partners — after all, we’re in this together. Contact today.

[page_title] Pilots, Programs and Interventions

Food Insecurity Randomized Control Trial (RCT)

A twelve-month RCT trial in partnership with Feeding South Florida and Continucare Medical Centers, part of Conviva Care Solutions, designed to prove that addressing food insecurity positively impacts health and clinical metrics.

Diabetes Self- Management

A three month program that uses telephonic coaching to reduce uncontrolled A1c values in Humana Medicare members. Certified Diabetes Educators (CDE) set goals with participants and incorporate Healthy Days, food insecurity and loneliness screenings into their coaching sessions.

“Know Your Numbers” education campaign

The Education of Community Resources committee launched a campaign to educate the community on topics such as diabetes, hypertension and cholesterol linking readers with safety net resources in their neighborhood to receive care.

“Did You Know” education campaign

The Nutrition committee promoted educational content around how the community can make better food choices and strengthened ties with the Nutrition and Fitness Taskforce.

Doc in the Neighborhood

The Community Collaboration committee held several ‘Doc in the Neighborhood’ events. Physicians interacted with Broward residents at local restaurants, which allowed for informal conversations to take place around diabetes and high blood pressure.

Care in Your Community

The access committee participated in several community events bringing valuable health screenings and resources to residents and attendees.

Community Videos

Bold Goal Partnerships

Through community and physician partnerships on pilots and programs we are working together to create more Healthy Days and improve community-wide health…

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Addressing food insecurity

Humana, physicians and Feeding America are working together to make some Broward County residents less food…

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