Ambient instrumental music plays throughout. A blue u-shaped logo appears against a white background, followed by text.
ONSCREEN TEXT: Introducing Fairview’s Community
Health and Wellness Hub
ONSCREEN TEXT: UnitedHealthcare’s Communities of Health partnership in St. Paul, MN
A siren is heard outside the Fairview Community Health and Wellness Hub. A blue box slides into the bottom left of the screen containing white text.
ONSCREEN TEXT: St. Paul, MN
A man, James Hereford, stands at a podium holding a microphone.
JAMES: I see this as a starting point. Not as an endpoint. We’re celebrating a point in time, yes, we’re celebrating a building, we’re celebrating a set of partners, but this is the beginning of a concept. A different kind of concept.
Now, a group of people cut through a blue ribbon with novelty scissors and applaud. A sign in the background reads “Fairview Community Health and Wellness Hub.”
Diane Tran interviews within the Hub. A blue box slides into the bottom left of the screen containing white text.
ONSCREEN TEXT: Diane Tran
System Executive Director of Community Health
Equity and Engagement at M Health Fairview
DIANE: It’s the launch of the Fairview Community Health and Wellness Hub, which is a new model to integrate access points for care and services.
Brett Edelson interviews.
ONSCREEN TEXT: Brett Edelson
Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota
BRETT: It is a one stop shop for all social services provided in one place to the community.
Olivia Jefferson interviews.
ONSCREEN TEXT: Olivia Jefferson
UnitedHealthcare Vice President, Social Responsibility
OLIVIA: Often times our communities know what they need, they know what the issues are, but they need resources. They need people, they need commitment.
The camera pans across the contemporary lobby of the Fairview Community Health and Wellness Hub. Brett interviews.
BRETT: We had an opportunity to work with the partner organizations, to look at the data and do some analytics around which interventions were going to be most impactful for this community.
OLIVIA: Yes we can treat your diabetes, but we also want to make sure that you have a job, we also want to make sure that you’re eating well, and that you have access to culturally appropriate food that meets your needs.
Someone wheels a pallet of boxes over a paved floor as people load similar boxes with grocery and wellness items on a conveyer belt. The screen splits vertically in two, and white text appears over a blue background as people continue to pack the boxes.
ONSCREEN TEXT: The Fairview Community
Health and Wellness Hub
marks the inaugural
Communities of Health
ONSCREEN TEXT: The large-scale community
initiative focuses on building
healthier and more
ONSCREEN TEXT: By convening local partners
to make sustainable
based on local data, we can
Help address the root causes
ONSCREEN TEXT: St. Paul is one of three
cities UnitedHealthcare has
focused Communities of
Health efforts in this year.
OLIVIA: What we know at UnitedHealthcare is that we can’t do this work by ourselves. So, we’re really excited to be among the many that are committed to this community.
Trudi Trysla interviews. A blue box slides into the bottom left of the screen containing white text.
ONSCREEN TEXT: Trudi Trysla
Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer
TRUDI: Partnerships is what made this whole Community Hub for Health and Wellness happen.
UnitedHealthcare are a major contributor financially, but they were really with us in the design and the commitment to our community. And learning to understand from health population standpoint how we are best served by some of our community health programs to really impact our communities in the most significant way.
BRETT: I think that’s the first step in addressing health equity, is understanding what’s really needed, and then how to deliver in a way that’s going to be best for the community that you’re serving.
A blue u-shaped logo appears against a white background, followed by text.
ONSCREEN TEXT: United
The music fades.