The Liberty HealthTrac program was designed to help guide and support our members in creating healthier lifestyle changes.
Liberty HealthTrac is offered as a provisional membership for those who have conditions that are particularly responsive to lifestyle changes. Rather than denying membership to those who may not initially meet our qualifications, Liberty HealthShare offers additional support to our applicants. Liberty HealthTrac allows provisional members to enjoy being a part of a healthsharing community while working to achieve their health coaching goals.
My health coach did not try to tell me what to do. Instead she asked ‘What works for you?’ Slowly but surely the pounds came off. I am healthier, happier, and more energetic than I have been in over 30 years.”
– Carla H., Liberty HealthShare Member
How HealthTrac Works
All Liberty HealthShare applicants complete a comprehensive health questionnaire for our nurses to review. This process helps us get a better understanding of baseline health and identifies if an applicant has any conditions that could improve with lifestyle changes.
If our team determines an applicant is a good candidate for Liberty HealthTrac, they are then assigned a personal HealthTrac coach to offer one-on-one coaching calls; personalized health plans; educational resources; a supportive environment; and realistic, collaborative goal-setting. Provisional members agree to, and are expected to actively participate in their program to achieve the best health outcomes. Once these members meet their health coaching goals, they are officially considered graduates of HealthTrac and continue as members of Liberty HealthShare.
Conditions that Require HealthTrac Participation
Our team of nurses review all applications and make recommendations on a case-by-case basis. Liberty HealthShare may offer the HealthTrac program to applicants in need of support for smoking cessation, weight loss, or other conditions that have been shown to benefit from lifestyle modifications such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, and high cholesterol.
Contact us today to learn more about the requirements and approval for our health share program.