HealthPartners New Web Experience Makes Healthy the Easy Choice
Website focuses on what’s important to the individual
MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--HealthPartners continues to drive well-being engagement by providing simple, everyday support that works. The latest example is a new web experience and mobile app, MePlus, to get people on track with better health and well-being. HealthPartners makes healthy the easy choice, with:
“They will be able to see how small changes can have a big impact on their overall health.”
- Results in an easy-to-understand dashboard and the ability to compare to others like them.
- Guided goal setting to assist participant’s in identifying what’s important to them.
- A personal action plan based on health assessment results, goals, and areas of interest. Action plans show how quick and easy changes help participants achieve their goals.
Additionally, new web trackers allow users to track their activity, triggers for stress and tobacco use and quality of sleep. They’ll also be able to track on-the-go with the new mobile app, MePlus, making it even easier to see their progress.
Participants get personalized preventive care recommendations based on their age and gender, keeping employees healthy and productive.
“Our web experience offers participants even more opportunities to take charge of their health and well-being,” said Sharon Stein, VP and Operations Officer of Health and Well-being at HealthPartners. “They will be able to see how small changes can have a big impact on their overall health.”
Learn more about total population health and well-being solutions at healthpartners.com/wellbeingsolutions.
Founded in 1957, HealthPartners is the largest consumer-governed, non-profit health care organization in the nation. It is dedicated to improving the health of its members, patients and the community. HealthPartners provides a full-range of health plan services including insurance, administration and health and well-being programs. Since its combination with Park Nicollet in 2013, its care system includes more than 1,700 physicians; six hospitals; 52 primary care clinics; 22 urgent care locations; and numerous specialty practices in Minnesota and western Wisconsin.