Healthways currently engages in collaborative relationships with the following healthcare leaders.
Pro-Change Behavior Systems, Inc.
Promoting behavior change is the joint mission of both Healthways and Pro-Change Behavior Systems. By harnessing the evidence-based science of Pro-Change, Healthways is better able to provide the tools, support, and guidance members need to help them at each stage of change to make progress that will lead to a healthier life. The partnership also engages in research and development activities to improve healthcare outcomes.
Anticipating the needs of the aging
baby boomer generation, Healthways joined forces with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology AgeLab . This multi-disciplinary team of
researchers, business partners and academics is developing strategies
to enhance the daily dignity and independence of the elderly and their
Johns Hopkins Medicine
Johns Hopkins Medicine and Healthways have had a decade long relationship focused on integrating evidence-based best practices and outcomes measurements into scalable care delivery and disease management programs to improve population health.Under the agreement between Hopkins and Healthways, Hopkins will advise Healthways on the design and implementation of Innergy, continuously evaluate the program, and oversee future enhancements. Several Hopkins faculty members will also serve on Innergy's scientific advisory board.
Center for Health Transformation
Healthways has partnered with the Center for Health Transformation to advance their mission of creating a better, more intelligent healthcare system.
Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease
Together, Healthways and the Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease support
a collaborative approach between public and private sectors to promote
and measure health, wellness and chronic care solutions.
Healthways for Life
Healthways adopted the Healthways for Life patient empowerment toolset to motivate members to take control of their health. The focus? Improved access and accuracy of personal health records and better communication at the point of care.