Blue Zones status could reap $1 billion economic value for NWA by 2030 – Talk Business & Politics

Source: Blue Zones status could reap $1 billion economic value for NWA by 2030 – Talk Business & Politics

Discover the Blue Zones Project approach at:

https://resources.bluezonesproject.com/training/overview/bzp_overview_files/the_vision/whiteboardvideobzpnationalmov

Fort Worth Video

Hear from the Mayor and CEO of Hospital System discuss why they funded and supported Blue Zones Project

See Dan Buettner’s Blue Zones TEDMED talk viewed by over 3 million people at:

See how NCH hospital reduced 27 million dollars in healthcare claims

https://www.aha.org/news/insights-and-analysis/2018-09-04-how-nch-healthcare-system-building-healthier-communities

Blue Zones Project first Certified College Campus

https://wvutoday.wvu.edu/stories/2018/09/19/wvu-morgantown-set-sites-on-better-health-with-blue-zones-project

See How a small Community in Iowa is being transformed

As we close 2018, we’d like to share our Blue Zones Project – SWFL “Year in Review 2018” video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6b1m4oR87IA

Well Being surges in Fort Worth

Link to Press Release

Our Coverage of the Stats

Decreasing the Cost of Care by Avoiding Illness

DFW Employee Turned His Health Around through Blue Zones Project

On another note, I read an interesting article by Dan Michelson, CEO, Strata Decision Technology for Becker’s Hospital Review. He attended every session of the non-public health care track at the recent JP Morgan Healthcare Conference that took place in San Francisco in early January.  I thought you might find it interesting.

West Virginia University and Morgantown city leaders are working together to create solutions for the area’s health problems at their source by creating a community that supports wholeness and improves physical, mental and social well-being for residents. 

WVU, Morgantown set sights on better health with Blue Zones Project

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