The hallmark of health and well-being initiatives at Boston College is Healthy You, a series of health management programs designed to help faculty and staff understand, improve, and maintain their health. Healthy You programs at Boston College are offered in partnership with Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and The Boston Consortium for Higher Education’s Healthy You program.
In 1995, BC, along with 15 other Boston-area colleges and universities, formed The Boston Consortium. One of the Consortium's initiatives is to keep the health care of its member institutions affordable and accessible by helping employees and their families get and stay healthy. This health management initiative is called Healthy You. The programs are completely voluntary and totally confidential.
Committee members advise, plan, and sponsor Healthy You activities at Boston College to encourage faculty and staff to become more aware of health-related issues, lead healthier lifestyles, and in general enhance the culture of health at Boston College.
Listing of Committee Members
|Bill Murphy, Committee Chair
Associate Vice President for Human Resources,
Associate Vice President for Auxiliary Services
HR Benefits Director, ex officio
Director, Open Source Applications, Information Technology Services
Director, Dining Services
Mgr. Employer Well Being Program, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
HEALTHY YOU/Wellness Coordinator, Health Educator Specialist, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
Executive Director, Intersections
|Dr. Scott Jusseaume
Physician/Associate Director, Health Services
Administrative Assistant, Chemistry Department
Senior Human Resources Assistant, Human Resources
Executive Director for Institutional Diversity, Office for Institutional Diversity
Account Executive, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
|Elise Tofias Phillips
Director, Health Promotion
Director of Business Affairs, Office of the President
Vice Provost for Faculties
Director, Faculty/Staff Assistance Program
Your participation in Healthy You programs is voluntary and strictly confidential. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was passed by Congress in 1996 to protect your personal information from being inappropriately disclosed. All those who provide medical services (such as hospitals, doctors, insurance companies and health plan employees) have completed Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) training and are in compliance with HIPAA privacy guidelines. In addition, strict confidentiality and data security protocols are in place and adhered to by all healthcare employees.