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A culture rooted in
connecting and giving back
At Signify Health, our commitment to building a healthier place for us all to live and age in starts with transforming how care is paid for and delivered so people can enjoy more healthy, happy days at home. But, this commitment extends beyond healthcare and reaches into the communities and environment where we work and live.
Our corporate social responsibility and philanthropic efforts align with our mission and values to combine our knowledge and experiences in support of initiatives in three key areas: Community wellness and social determinants of health; corporate culture and philanthropy; and sustainability.
Our Statement of Purpose
Our commitment to transforming healthcare and corporate social responsibility is rooted in a Statement of Purpose that is embraced by everyone at Signify Health – from our Board of Directors to colleagues across every function and geography. We are focused on helping to lead the nationwide transition toward moving health homeward, and, to us, that includes caring for our communities, championing healthcare equality and ensuring that our workplace supports a sustainable environment.
View our 2021 Quality & Social Impact Report
Signify is committed to enabling high quality, value-based care and strives for continuous improvement on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues. Read our inaugural Quality & Social Impact Report, which highlights our performance on key quality indicators and summarizes our progress on a number of ESG practices.
and social determinants of health
We are acutely aware of community wellness and the significant role that social determinants of health play in a person’s health and well-being. The needs are many, so we are focusing our resources on those areas that have the greatest need and where we can have the most impact.
Mental health and social isolation
The COVID-19 pandemic elevated our country’s awareness of the need for mental health and social isolation support and intervention. Our team carefully screens the people we serve for signs of loneliness, isolation or mental illness, and the need for increased social connection, but much more is needed. We are partnering with local organizations to identify opportunities to help connect at-risk individuals with local services that can provide them with help and resources. Additionally, we are exploring partnership opportunities with local organizations to support programs that will keep mental health and social isolation top-of-mind.
Homelessness and food insecurity
No one should be homeless. And, yet so many communities face a looming eviction crisis. Evictions are not only the result of – but also a cause of – deeper poverty leading to increasing homelessness, particularly among families with children. Recent increases in the dual crises of homelessness and food insecurity are what drives our commitment to connect with local homeless shelters, food banks and community care centers so we can help them identify individuals in need of help.
Corporate culture and philanthropy
None of this work is possible without our team members who continually demonstrate their commitment to building healthier communities by volunteering their time and giving generously to charitable causes.
Employee volunteerism and giving
In 2021, Signify Health expanded Signify Cares, our social volunteer program, to encourage team members to dedicate time in support of organizations working to eliminate the many social and economic challenges that prevent people from living healthy lives. Partnerships with local organizations, like DoSomething.org, Habitat for Humanity and Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC®), support our hometown communities and help us deliver on our promise of more healthy, happy days at home.
Diversity and inclusion
Our DEI work is guided by a multiyear approach to diversity in our talent and a culture of inclusion. Our first steps included an Employee Resource Groups (ERG) program and established ERGs for women, black and LatinX team members. We continue expanding this program with a focus on inclusion and unconscious-bias training. To support this effort, we have partnered with Catalyst, the global nonprofit that drives change with pioneering research and practical tools to advance women in leadership, workplace inclusion and equipping companies to remedy inequities across intersections of identity. Through this partnership, our employees have access to Catalyst thought leadership, educational and training materials. In addition, our partnership with North Texas Leaders & Executives Advocating Diversity (LEAD) is helping us increase diversity within our leadership teams.
The environment plays an important role in the health and well-being of every individual and community. At Signify Health, we are committed to minimizing our environmental footprint through sustainable business operations and engaging our employees in an effort to preserve the environment and conserve energy and our natural resources.
Our offices in Dallas, Oklahoma City and Rapid City are outfitted with eco-friendly lighting, energy and water conservation technologies, and low volatile organic compounds (VOC) materials. Additionally, in 2022 we are implementing a corporate-wide traditional and e-waste recycling program.