In the fight against cancer, everyone deserves a fair chance to beat the disease. However, due to health disparities, some populations lack the cancer prevention and early detection information and resources they need.
September is Hunger Action Month. Anthem is committed to addressing food insecurity, the most commonly reported unmet social need in the United States.
Anthem health plans are making strides to help prevent suicide—particularly among young people who are at the greatest risk. Our mental health programs focusing on suicide and its prevention draw on traditional and digital tools, as well as predictive analytics gleaned from our data.
Recognizing that mental health is health, we are leveraging our digital capabilities and partnerships to provide consumers with digital health options that address their behavioral health needs.
In a State of the Nation’s Mental Health special report, we researched how people of color fared for two six-month periods before COVID-19 and during COVID-19.
Anthem is committed to improve the lives and health of communities and help build a better, more equitable and healthier America. That means doing all we can to ensure those who want to receive the vaccine can get it and to provide appropriate educational information about the vaccine. Anthem’s Chief Health Officer, Dr. Shantanu Agrawal,...