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Putting One Foot in Front of the Other to Save Lives

Posted by Opella Ernest, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois on September 23, 2013

Heart and Soul.

If you ever took piano lessons as a child that song probably still echoes in your head.

But Heart and Sole is our call to action to help put an end to cardiovascular disease – which ends the lives of men,...

BCBS IL, Health, Healthcare Consumers, Healthcare

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Big Data vs Big Disease

Posted by Eric Lail on June 3, 2013

There’s a new strategy for fighting disease and it is being led by an army of data. Data that tells the story of America’s health and helps drive innovations that make a difference in peoples’ lives. And there’s no more...

Data, Health, Healthcare Tools, Healthcare Transformation, Quality Outcomes

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Celebrating National Bike Month in Our Local Communities

Posted by Madeleine Lovette on May 10, 2013

Did you know that May is National Bike Month?

To celebrate this month-long tribute to biking and its benefits, we’ve decided to share some of the stories from our “

Childhood Obesity , Health

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Taking to the Streets to Combat Childhood Obesity

Posted by Marc Lichtenstein on December 3, 2012

Over the next year in 10 cities across America, kids are going to occupy “the streets” through a new Play...

Health, Childhood Obesity , Playstreets

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Health Insurance From Invention to Innovation: A History of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Companies

Posted by Marc Lichtenstein on November 12, 2012

Health insurance didn’t always exist.

Let that notion sink in for a moment as you try to imagine a world without health insurance. How could ordinary Americans afford healthcare? Who would help doctors and hospitals finance viable...

Health Insurance, Healthcare, BCBS History, Quality Care, Health, Affordable Care

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