Celebrate our Louisiana lifestyle.
Improving our health doesn’t mean giving up our Louisiana culture. It’s making small changes in the places where we live, work, learn and play. Take the lead in improving the health of your community today!
Together, we can make an impact.
Well-Ahead is supporting leaders to connect our communities to a healthier future.
of our youth impacted by healthy changes at school
rural health clinics established of increase access to healthcare
healthcare facilities supported in making system-level improvements
healthy changes implemented in spaces and places across the state
Being healthy means more than simply not being sick. Louisiana is ranked 49th in overall health. It’s time for a change. Now more than ever, we need you to help our residents manage and prevent chronic disease.
98% of our residents live in a health professional shortage area. Together, we can expand our community health systems to provide integrated, efficient and effective care services to all Louisiana residents.
Help your community get access to the healthcare they need.
Leaders in Action
Hardtner Medical Center in Olla recently brought their pharmacist into the Center’s Chronic Care Management team to better serve their at-risk chronic care patients. Chronic Care Management (CCM) is a set of coordinated services provided outside of regular office visits to Medicare patients with at least two chronic conditions. Hardtner established a CCM program for …
Congratulations to the recent graduates of the first lifestyle change program class at Rose Hill Church of Port Allen Youth Village Restoration Center, who collectively lost 86 pounds in one year! Through the CDC-recognized National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP), this year-long lifestyle change program teaches participants about healthy behaviors and how to make behavior …
Take the lead in helping your community members monitor their blood pressure: Well-Ahead is here to help!
According to the American Heart Association, nearly half of all the adults in the United States have high blood pressure, and many don’t even know they have it. Known as the “silent killer,” high blood pressure often comes without symptoms and can be a significant factor to heart attack, stroke or other health threats. Well-Ahead …