Through the establishment of associate resource groups within the organization, Independence Blue Cross has been able to engage others and advance the organization's emphasis on diversity and inclusion.
For more than 80 years, Independence Blue Cross has been engaging people in the community and supporting innovative ways to improve their health through numerous endeavors.
Through her work leading the Human Resources department at Independence Blue Cross, Jeanie Heffernan helps the company build a culture and structure that support the corporate mission.
During an interview with AL DÍA, Koleen Cavanaugh, vice president of marketing at Independence, highlighted the importance of health insurance, how the organizations reaches more consumers, expansion coverage, and more.
A BSBC Health of America study found that millennials are being more adversely impacted by behavioral health conditions.
Independence's commitment to diversity was reflected in a landmark one-year spend of more than $100 million with diverse businesses.
The Celebrate Caring campaign invited the community to help Independence Blue Cross honor the outstanding nurses across the region.
With every service, benefit, initiative and sponsorship, Independence Blue Cross keeps its mission of serving the community at the forefront.