New York Daily News, By Caitlin Nolan, Larry McShane
Thanks, New York. The 32nd annual Daily News Food Drive ended Wednesday with more than 1 million pounds of food for the city’s less fortunate — with roughly 20% of the donations coming from city schools
Desert Sun, By Larry Bohannan
In 2011, the Bob Hope Classic was a tournament in trouble. It had no title sponsor, few big-name players from the PGA Tour and a format that dated back more than 50 years that was no longer embraced on the modern PGA Tour. But by 2012, the tournament was on the rise, with a stronger field and a new format. Much of the change can be traced to the addition for the 2012 event of a new title sponsor, Humana.
WAFB, By Matthew Fryou
Humana Health opened a brand new Guidance Center on Thursday as part of a campaign to make Baton Rouge healthier.
Health Data Management, by Joseph Goedert
Data analyzed from 2013 on quality, outcomes and cost measures from Humana’s accountable care organization programs for about one million Medicare Advantage members shows a number of measureable improvements, according to the insurer.
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LOUISVILLE, Ky.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Humana Inc. (NYSE: HUM) announced today that Brian A. Kane, Senior Vice President and Chief Financi...
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. & NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--With levels of obesity and its health-related impacts continuing to rise in the U.S., em...
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LOUISVILLE, Ky.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Humana Inc. (NYSE: HUM) announced today that its Board of Directors has declared a cash dividend to...
Humana Challenge Well-Being Ambassador Jason Dufner this week has been talking about his journey to better health, hoping to inspire people of all ages to join him. In these videos, Dufner shares ideas, reflects on the importance of being active even as we age, offers encouragement and displays a sense of fun that is one of the most important facets of well-being and living a full, happy life.
The Humana Challenge is called a week of well-being with a side of golf. From the beginning, the priority has been to inspire people to take a more active role in improving their own health and the health of their communities. The focus on health and philanthropy is a tribute to the legacy and emphasis established by Bob Hope, who hosted the event in California’s Coachella Valley for many years.
Humana Challenge Week’s opening events on Saturday showed how simple and fun it can be to sprinkle physical activity into your daily routine to boost your health and well-being. On Sunday, the attention turned to another essential ingredient in creating a healthier lifestyle: better nutrition. The week of wellness events mix physical activity, healthier eating and a dash of fun to create an easy recipe for a more satisfying, happier life.
Humana and KaBOOM! began a partnership in 2011, building a multigenerational playground in Lauderhill, Florida, as part of Humana’s 50th anniversary celebration. And on December 6, in Humana’s 53rd year, the Humana Foundation, KaBOOM! and the community of Tomball, Texas, built the 53rd playground resulting from that partnership.
Humana is the best health care company to work for, according to Healthcare Global. Healthcare Global’s top 10 list puts Humana in the top spot followed, in order, by Mayo Clinic, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Kaiser Permanente, UnitedHealth Group, Cerner, Cleveland Clinic, Providence Health & Services Northwest Region, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
On most evenings, Raul Alcala, 16, can be found at the Chicago Youth Boxing Club, exercising and training with his coach, Gabriel Navarro. Raul, a Junior Olympian, is a talented and dedicated athlete who takes his training seriously, but his main focus is not on winning competitions in the ring.
A shared passion and commitment to help communities become stronger, healthier and happier led Humana and KaBOOM! to form a three-year partnership in 2011 that has resulted in 50 new playgrounds being built.
Those with Alzheimer’s face a long, lonely and uncertain journey, often falling into deep depression as the disease robs them of their memories and independence. The sense of loss and severed connections takes a profound and devastating physical and emotional toll on those battling the disease as well as their family and caregivers.
Karyn Moskowitz’s passion for providing everyone access to good, affordable food led her to form New Roots in 2009, sowing seeds for healthy change in lower-income areas in Louisville, Kentucky. Five years later, the people living in those areas are reaping the rewards of having access to locally grown produce as they work together to make their communities stronger and healthier.
The physical workspace of Humana’s new Digital Experience Center may be unique for the company, with features more likely to be seen in a Silicon Valley office than one in Louisville, Kentucky, but the work being done in it fits perfectly with Humana’s goal of making it easier for the people living in the communities we serve to achieve their best health.
Humana hosted the grand opening of its first North Carolina Guidance Center on September 23 in Raleigh. The Raleigh facility, 8800 Harvest Oaks Drive, is the 26th Guidance Center that Humana now has in operation across the country.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama joined KaBOOM!, Humana CEO Bruce Broussard and representatives from several national service organizations on September 11 in Washington, D.C. to commemorate this year’s National Day of Service and Remembrance by participating in projects focused on improving the health and well-being of children. - See more at: http://humana.wpengine.com/2014/09/humana-ceo-joins-president-obama-kaboom-for-national-day-of-service-and-remembrance-projects/#sthash.EYRV4wIf.dpuf
Bruce Weaver had a heart attack hundreds of miles from his North Carolina home a few years ago, but the energetic 75-year-old has fully recovered and is back on the road, spending this summer traveling with his wife, Ruth. He is thankful for everyone who worked with him on his journey to better health: family and friends, his doctors, physical therapists and Lynece Hand, his Humana At Home personal care manager. - See more at: http://humana.wpengine.com/2014/09/humana-at-home-supporting-independence-with-holistic-approach-to-better-health/#sthash.caPd7Yyp.dpuf