You’ll want to join our “New Year, New Challenge” webinar

8.12-Personal-Health-Steps-to-Prevent-Diabetes-300x200We’ve all wanted to start off a new year on a positive note by making a healthy lifestyle change. The question is, how many times have you tried to make a healthy change as a new year’s resolution and couldn’t get past the first two weeks – or even two days? Continue reading

Step your way to better health! Health Net’s Step It Up Challenge begins in January

couple-walkingHealth Net is launching an exciting new way for you to improve your health – the Step It Up Challenge.

We’ve designed the challenge to help you monitor your physical activity and to help you create an empowering, healthy lifestyle change that lasts. The program begins Jan. 1, and runs through Dec. 31, 2018. Continue reading

Health Net providing assistance to Southern California wildfire victims and evacuees

Residents of a neighborhood sit by and watch a fire threaten their homes.

Health Net, Inc. is helping ensure that members of its subsidiaries who have lost their homes or been evacuated due to current wildfire activity in Ventura, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles and San Diego counties have access to essential prescription medications, critical Health Net information and other services to help them cope with grief, loss, stress or trauma. Continue reading

Health Net awards $4.2 million to drive health workforce development and improve quality of health data collection

senior medical doctor and teamHealth Net, one of California’s largest health plans, is awarding a combined $4.2 million to 22 healthcare organizations across the state to help increase health workforce development and improve the accuracy of encounter data collection. The grants will expand access to health care and enhance health outcomes in medically underserved communities. Continue reading

Join our webinar on how to decrease sugar in your diet

ThinkstockPhotos-140092155_jpgSugar seems to be in everything we eat these days. Most of us would agree that, over time, our consumption of sugar has dramatically increased. But there is good news! We don’t have to give up sweetness altogether – we just need to get it from different sources. Continue reading