Results Speak Louder Than Words

Shannon Bolan

“The Preventive Plan routine labs and biometrics screening found I had dangerous levels of glucose and I was not aware I was a diabetic. I changed my entire lifestyle and now have normal glucose levels and am hoping to come off the diabetic medication.”

Shannon, Jacksonville, FL

2016-06-06T16:22:08+00:00

Shannon, Jacksonville, FL

Shannon Bolan
“The Preventive Plan routine labs and biometrics screening found I had dangerous levels of glucose and I was not aware I was a diabetic. I changed my entire lifestyle and now have normal glucose levels and am hoping to come off the diabetic medication.”

More Good Years®

Don’t Let Falls Trip You Up

According to the World Health Organization, falls are the second leading cause of accidental or unintentional injury deaths worldwide1. It is estimated that 646,000 fatal falls occur each year. Adults age 65 and older seem to suffer the greatest numbers of fatal falls. In a study published by The American Medical Directors Association, women over…

Tips for Self-Managing Your Health

A chronic illness is one that is ongoing versus an acute illness which doesn’t last very long, typically less than 12 weeks. An example of a chronic illness is diabetes or asthma whereas pneumonia would be an example of an acute illness. Acute illnesses may lead to a chronic condition if left untreated1. Whether your…

5 Tips to Reduce Stress This Year

5 Tips to Reduce Stress This Year

Stress is an inevitable part of life. We cannot avoid stress, but we can take steps toward reducing the amount of stress we take on. Not all stress is bad. However, long-term stress can harm your health. It’s important to pay attention to how you deal with minor and major stressful events so that you…

U.S. Preventive Medicine is a leader in Population Health Management

U.S. Preventive Medicine (USPM) is a leader in population health management. USPM combines a high-tech and high-touch approach to address the increasing health care challenges of individuals, organizations, and the health care system. U.S. Preventive Medicine stands alone in the wellness industry as the first and only wellness company to be validated by the Intel-GE Care Innovations® Validation Institute for sustained and significant reduction in health care costs. The USPM platform, The Preventive Plan®, drives exceptional results in health risk reduction, as well as hospitalization and ER visit reductions, which result in improved health and lower medical costs. USPM’s unique differentiator is not only our formula for reducing wellness-sensitive medical events, but also the cleanliness and transparency of how we measure results. USPM continues to break the mold in the wellness space through strategic partnerships – among them the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute - to bring unparalleled value that drives engagement, lasting behavioral change and quantifiable results. U.S. Preventive Medicine is accredited by NCQA Wellness & Health Promotion with Performance Reporting.

USPM is a member of the Council of Diabetes Prevention - a non-profit, membership-based organization that brings together National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP) industry stakeholders to increase access to the National DPP, promote high-quality standards, and support the long-term scalability and sustainability of this unique patient-centered, online and community-based program. For more information, visit www.nationaldpp.org.

For the members we serve, we add life to their years and years to their life…and for the clients we serve, we improve their populations’ health and wellbeing while lowering their medical costs.

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