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Mary Lawyer - Healthy Hometown

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2018 MACE Annual Conference presentation from Mary Lawyer of Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield.

This presentation will cover well-being improvement and discuss how to make the healthier choice the easier choice.

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Mary Lawyer - Healthy Hometown

  1. 1. Confidential and Proprietary – Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield 1
  2. 2. Confidential and Proprietary – Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield 2
  3. 3. Confidential and Proprietary – Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield 4
  4. 4. Confidential and Proprietary – Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield 6
  5. 5. TOTAL COST OF CARE *Wellmark Book of Business, 2016
  6. 6. WHAT IF FOOD PRICES HAD RISEN AT THE SAME RATE AS MEDICAL INFLATION? Source: American Institute for Preventive Medicine, 2013 (https://healthylife.com/blog/?p=568)
  7. 7. Health insurance not just for catastrophic care anymore Breakdown of U.S. Health Care Costs Government administrative expenses, private insurers’ profits, research expenses, the cost of equipment and software, and the cost of public-health activities excluded; Source: Office of the Actuary and National Health Expenditure Data Fact Sheet, US Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services, US Medical Expenditure Panel Surveys (MEPS); McKinsey analysis
  8. 8. AVERAGE FAMILY PREMIUM FOR EMPLOYER PROVIDED COVERAGE Copyright, 2016-17 David P. Lind Benchmark
  9. 9. ESTIMAT ES FOR 203 0 Sources: Trust for America’s Health and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: The State of Obesity 2016. United States Census Bureau.
  10. 10. FACTORS IMPACTING OUR HEALTH Sources: Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, November 2105 Issue Brief
  11. 11. Confidential and Proprietary – Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield 20
  12. 12. Confidential and Proprietary – Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield 21
  13. 13. COMMUNITY Community garden Complete streets Nicotine-free public spaces HEALTH CARE End formula giveaways Prescribe physical activity Patient referral ORGANIZATION/INSTITUTION Non-food fundraisers Walking meetings Volunteer RETAIL FOOD Healthy menu offerings Bike racks Outdoor dining SCHOOL Lunchroom design Walking school bus Generational learning WORKSITE Healthy food availability Encourage stairwell use Wellness committee illustrative only More than 100 evidence-based interventions
  14. 14. Brian Wansink, “Mindless Eating”
  15. 15. “Pediatrics”
  16. 16. U.S. Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service
  17. 17. Increase access and consumption of healthy foods and make recurrent healthy food choices
  18. 18. COMMUNITY Healthy concessions policy Complete streets policy Nicotine-free public spaces HEALTH CARE End formula giveaways Prescribe physical activity Patient referral ORGANIZATION/INSTITUTION Non-food fundraisers Walking meetings Volunteer RETAIL FOOD Healthy menu offerings Bike racks Outdoor dining SCHOOL Non-food fundraisers Ensure physical activity is not used for or withheld as a punishment Generational learning WORKSITE Healthy vending policy Bike racks Nicotine-free campus illustrative only Healthy vending policy
  19. 19. Source: The Imagining Livability Design Collection by AARPLivable Communities (aarp.org/livable) and the Walkable and Livable Communities Institute (walklive.org)
  20. 20. COMMUNITY Healthy concessions policy Complete streets policy Nicotine-free public spaces HEALTH CARE End formula giveaways Prescribe physical activity Patient referral ORGANIZATION/INSTITUTION Non-food fundraisers Walking meetings Volunteer RETAIL FOOD Healthy menu offerings Bike racks Outdoor dining SCHOOL Non-food fundraisers Ensure physical activity is not used for or withheld as a punishment Generational learning WORKSITE Healthy vending policy Encourage stairwell use Nicotine-free campus illustrative only Non-food fundraisers Non-food fundraisers
  21. 21. Worksite Garden
  22. 22. “PLOS ONE,” May 2011
  23. 23. Susan Powers, Urban Ventures
  24. 24. COMMUNITY Healthy concessions policy Complete streets policy Nicotine-free public spaces HEALTH CARE End formula giveaways Prescribe physical activity Patient referral ORGANIZATION/INSTITUTION Non-food fundraisers Walking meetings Volunteer RETAIL FOOD Healthy menu offerings Bike racks Outdoor dining SCHOOL Non-food fundraisers Ensure physical activity is not used for or withheld as a punishment Generational learning WORKSITE Healthy vending policy Encourage stairwell use Wellness committee illustrative only Complete streets policy
  25. 25. Source: The Imagining Livability Design Collection by AARPLivable Communities (aarp.org/livable) and the Walkable and Livable Communities Institute (walklive.org)
  26. 26. Source: The Imagining Livability Design Collection by AARPLivable Communities (aarp.org/livable) and the Walkable and Livable Communities Institute (walklive.org)
  27. 27. Encourage active commuting (walking and biking)
  28. 28. COMMUNITY Healthy concessions policy Complete streets policy Nicotine-free public spaces HEALTH CARE End formula giveaways Prescribe physical activity Patient referral ORGANIZATION/INSTITUTION Non-food fundraisers Walking meetings Volunteer RETAIL FOOD Healthy menu offerings Bike racks Outdoor dining SCHOOL Non-food fundraisers Ensure physical activity is not used for or withheld as a punishment Generational learning WORKSITE Healthy vending policy Bike racks Nicotine-free campus illustrative only Bike racks
  29. 29. Encourage Group Activities
  30. 30. Robert Woods Johnson Foundation
  31. 31. COMMUNITY Healthy concessions policy Complete streets policy Nicotine-free public spaces HEALTH CARE End formula giveaways Prescribe physical activity Patient referral ORGANIZATION/INSTITUTION Non-food fundraisers Walking meetings Volunteer RETAIL FOOD Healthy menu offerings Bike racks Outdoor dining SCHOOL Non-food fundraisers Ensure physical activity is not used for or withheld as a punishment Generational learning WORKSITE Healthy vending policy Bike Racks Nicotine-free public spaces illustrative only Nicotine-free campus
  32. 32. Tobacco and Nicotine Prevention and Cessation; and Elimination of Secondhand Smoke
  33. 33. COMMUNITY Healthy concessions policy Complete streets policy Promote volunteering HEALTH CARE End formula giveaways Prescribe physical activity Patient referral ORGANIZATION/INSTITUTION Non-food fundraisers Walking meetings Promote volunteering RETAIL FOOD Healthy menu offerings Bike racks Outdoor dining SCHOOL Non-food fundraisers Ensure physical activity is not used for or withheld as a punishment Promote volunteering WORKSITE Healthy vending policy Bike Racks Employee wellness committee illustrative only Employee Wellness Committee
  34. 34. Improved social connectedness
  35. 35. Improved individual health behaviors
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  37. 37. MARY LAWYER lawyermk@wellmark.com Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield is an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association.Source: The Imagining Livability Design Collection by AARPLivable Communities (aarp.org/livable) and the Walkable and Livable Communities Institute (walklive.org)

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