We support healthier, vital communities
As a trusted provider of health and active aging solutions, we hold ourselves socially responsible and accountable to all of the individuals and communities we serve. Everything we do—from helping seniors take better care of their physical and social health, to removing barriers to regular exercise, to developing and managing complementary and alternative care networks—is guided by this purpose.
We continually seek out ways to advance vitality and health at home and in our global community, both through the products we deliver and the partnerships we pursue.
Community Outreach Program
Founded in 2011 by Tivity Health® CEO Donato Tramuto, Health eVillages supports vital care outreach throughout the U.S. and around the globe. By providing state-of-the-art mobile health tools and training, our programs bring safe, effective medical care to some of the world’s poorest, most underserved and clinically challenged environments.
Through Health eVillages, we collaborate with our partners to offer technology-enabled solutions that drive connectivity and improve healthcare outcomes in communities around the world.
Today, Health eVillages serves communities in:
Transforming Rural Aging
Each day 10,000 people reach the age of 65 in the U.S. For the one in four older Americans that live in a rural area, growing older comes with issues like lack of transportation, access to healthcare, nutrition, and social isolation. These are interconnected issues that need to be addressed together.
In 2017, Tivity Health partnered with Health eVillages to convene 80 experts at an inaugural Connectivity Summit on Rural Aging to begin a dialogue and launch a movement dedicated to addressing these issues. Key findings from the summit were published in a proceedings document in Population Health Management with Jefferson College of Population Health. To build on the momentum of the summit, we hosted a panel event, Aging in Rural America: The Growing Crisis, A Movement for Change at the Newseum in Washington D.C. with U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Age Lab, National Rural Health Association, and the Jefferson College of Population Health to discuss how we can tap into our “collaborative IQ” – leveraging the strengths of diverse stakeholders and sectors of society to achieve a common goal – to help older people in rural America live longer, healthier lives. This event marks the beginning of a coordinated effort to build national awareness and create sustainable solutions.