It’s part of the company’s mission to equip its Medicare Advantage members with easy-to-use tools and resources to manage their health and live healthier lives
CarePlus Health Plans, Inc., Florida’s largest* Medicare Advantage plan rated 5 out of 5 stars for 2021, and Sharecare, the digital health company that helps people manage all their health in one place, are collaborating to make it easier for CarePlus Medicare Advantage members across Florida to take an active role in improving their health.
“We’re thrilled to team with Sharecare to inspire our members to live their healthiest lives possible, no matter where they are on their health journey,” said Bruno Piquin, CarePlus Health Plans President. “Access to Sharecare will help our members more easily manage their health and well-being in one place, track their progress, and get rewarded along the way.”
Sharecare’s digital health experience, which includes an easy-to-use mobile app, enables CarePlus members to go from assessment to action. The digital experience starts with the RealAge® test, Sharecare’s clinically validated health risk assessment that shows members the true age of their bodies. It then provides personalized action plans to guide and educate members on health factors that may impact longevity and real-time tracking of daily health goals.
All CarePlus Medicare Advantage plans now offer access to Sharecare. CarePlus members can also use Sharecare to track and redeem CarePlus Rewards for completing certain healthy activities. The CarePlus Rewards program is offered to members free of charge.
“There is an opportunity to leverage the power of personal technology to help Medicare beneficiaries gain better access to care and increase utilization of the critical resources available to them,” said Pam Shipley, Chief Operating Officer at Sharecare. “At Sharecare, we are fiercely committed to bringing much needed scalable innovation to health care, and we are excited to partner with CarePlus by empowering their members to take control of their personal health and well-being, right in the palm of their hand.”