Driving Affordability and Access
At Anthem, we have a relentless focus on delivering more affordable and more accessible care. Motivated and inspired by a tremendous responsibility, this challenge of driving more affordable and accessible care requires collaborating with partners across the healthcare system and engaging with consumers to meet their diverse and holistic needs – when, where and how it makes sense for them.
When her neighbors are in need, LaShauna is quick to lend a helping hand. During the COVID-19 pandemic, with many residents facing food insecurity for the first time, LaShauna helped deliver donated food directly to her neighbors’ front doors.
Vivian Muhammad has lived in her northeast Indianapolis neighborhood for more than 40 years. Growing up she remembers grocery stores nearby and nutritious food within reach. But over the years, a lot has changed in this community, including the food landscape.
September is Hunger Action Month. Anthem is committed to addressing food insecurity, the most commonly reported unmet social need in the United States.
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,...
The Anthem Foundation is proud to partner with LISC to invest in long-term solutions to address equitable access to food.
Together with partners, Anthem and its Foundation have been building and supporting programs that reduce food insecurity and improve access to healthy meals in our communities.
Nowhere to go, no one to talk to. For more than a year now, many seniors have sat at home alone. Loneliness affects more than 2 in 5 seniors and COVID-19 has worsened social isolation. Older adults, a high-risk category for COVID-19, were encouraged to limit exposure to people. Now, vaccines are providing greater protection...