'Envolve Center for Health Behavior Change' Renamed 'Centene Center for Health Transformation'
Business, Innovations & Initiatives
The Envolve Center for Health Behavior Change, founded in 2015, has been renamed the Centene Center for Health TransformationTM. Under its new name, the Centene Center for Health Transformation plans to expand its reach, foster research collaborations, demonstrate thought leadership, and initiate innovative new programs. A partnership between Centene, Washington University in St. Louis, and Duke University, the Center aims to advance health solutions to improve lives so that communities can thrive.
The partnership leverages academic research expertise and Centene's industry resources to create and implement evidence-based innovations to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable populations across the country. The enterprise continues to advance thought leadership among community, corporate, academic, and healthcare organizations.
Researching a wide range of health-based topics ranging from unmet basic needs to diabetes management, the Center remains a community heath catalyst. By designing, implementing and evaluating evidence-based studies to uncover best practices, the Center motivates individuals to take action and make heathier choices. Wide-ranging health behavior research informs programs and services that reach our nation's most vulnerable families and communities.
As part of the name change, the Centene Center for Health Transformation has launched a new website with improved user accessibility and interactivity and dedicated social media accounts:
Visit the new Centene Center for Health Transformation website to learn more about the research being done to improve lives so communities can thrive.