Humana, Volunteers of America (VOA) and community partners and leaders announced details of “Determined Health” at a Community Health Fair kick-off event on July 16. The “Determined Health” initiative will support Community Health Workers (CHWs) as they provide grassroots outreach, connecting West Louisville residents with high-quality, accessible health care services, as well as a trusted social service referral platform.
The Social Determinants of Health Value-Based Program aims to improve health outcomes by encouraging a more holistic approach to patient care that goes beyond traditional clinical treatment.
Supporting members in their well-being has always been Humana’s priority, so when COVID-19 threatened to affect lives and access to needed resources like food and medical care, teams within the enterprise looked to find innovative ways to help.
Humana and its partners are bringing a living, breathing food and social support party to senior centers and provider offices near Detroit.
A South Louisiana mobile market initiative is designed to replicate the positive nationwide results that Feeding America, whose network of food banks includes Second Harvest, has had with mobile grocery stores.
Older Adults Technology Services (OATS) received an investment from the Humana Foundation to address social isolation