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How a dreaded chore became a treasure: health coaching changes teacher’s life

“I found success because health coaching wasn’t the chore I thought it was going to be. It felt like talking to a person who really cared and wanted to know what was going on in my life.”


Eau Claire woman kicks the habit after 50 years with help from health coach at Security Health

When a doctor told Lisa she was one of very few patients he knows that smoked cigarettes for as long as she had and didn’t need to use supplemental oxygen to live, Lisa took note.


Security Health Plan invests in Owen-Withee School District

“We know students that are more active do better in school, and feel better about themselves,” Owen-Withee High School principal Matt Cihlar said. “Coming off the recent pandemic, the more students we can connect to the building the likelihood of their success in school goes up.”


Security Health Plan keeps members healthy with free services to prevent or delay diabetes

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 10% of the U.S. population has diabetes.


A one-two punch in prevention and treatment of diabetes

You’ve got people in your corner when it comes to fighting off diabetes.


Security Health Plan names new south central region market development manager

Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc., has named Paul Perkins as the new South Central Region Market Development Manager. The south central region includes communities in Columbia, Dodge and Jefferson counties.


Behavioral health grants awarded to 50 Wisconsin school districts

140 schools in 40 counties benefit


Northeast Wisconsin locations of Hospital Sisters Health System, Prevea Health join Security Health Plan provider network

Security Health Plan of Wisconsin is pleased to announce that Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS) and Prevea Health locations in northeast Wisconsin have joined the insurance company’s provider network, effective April 15, 2021.


Teaching adults to read and changing their worlds – one person at a time

Have you ever thought about how hard it would be to live your everyday life if you didn’t know how to read, write or speak English?


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