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.
I’ve been giving blood for years….dozens of times over the course of my life. But these days it’s different. It’s to give people with COVID-19 a better chance at life.
Anthem and the Anthem Foundation recently pledged a combined $50 million over the next five years to address health inequities and social injustice.
By combining technology with the expertise and compassion of real people, virtual care helps remove barriers and increase access to care.
Anthem's #NotAlone Twitter chat covered issues surrounding mental health and the impact of COVID-19 on consumers’ wellbeing.
Even while we may be physically distant from one another, you are not alone.
Increased social isolation has exacerbated mental health issues and seniors are experiencing the full extent of these challenges. Our Togetherness program was designed to combat this very issue.
Nurses around the country are working tirelessly to ensure the health and safety of our consumers and communities, in person, online and over the phone. This National Nurse's Week, we say "thank you."
In an effort to promote togetherness and encourage mental wellbeing, Anthem, Inc. is joining with the National Alliance for Mental Illness to share the message that You Are Not Alone.