SCL Health Selects RedBrick Health to Partner in Delivery of Associate-focused Health and Well-being Solution across its Integrated Healthcare Delivery Network

Press Releases – March 6, 2017
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Minneapolis (March 6, 2017) – RedBrick Health, a leading provider of health and well-being solutions that deliver engaging employee experiences and a strong Culture of Health, announced the successful launch of a comprehensive well-being solution for associates at SCL Health.

SCL Health,  a faith-based, nonprofit healthcare organization, is dedicated to delivering person-centered care to those in the communities they serve, with an emphasis on those who are poor and vulnerable. SCL Health sought a well-being hub and delivery partner to engage associates and their families with an evidence-based approach, personalized and optimized to the needs of a caregiver population.

“We are focused on the empowerment, experience and well-being of our caregivers,” said Tammy Saunaitis, SCL Health’s senior vice president and chief human resource officer. “We selected RedBrick based on the strength of their experience with health systems and the flexibility of their platform. They demonstrated a combination of clinical, behavioral and technology strength as well as an ability to create an authentic experience that blends health system resources with their own NCQA-certified programs. This combination allows our associates and their covered spouses to get needed guidance to make healthier choices that produce meaningful results.”

SCL Health employs over 15,000 associates and provides comprehensive, coordinated care through its hospitals, physician clinics, home health care, safety-net clinics and other services in Colorado, Kansas and Montana. Launched in January 2017, SCL Health and RedBrick have achieved strong engagement, with over one-third of all eligible associates registering within the first few weeks of availability.

“We are delighted by the strong early results, including extensive engagement from our associates,” said Saunaitis. “RedBrick Health’s attention to detail during implementation has made this a great experience.”

“RedBrick Health’s core purpose is to help people be healthy,” said Jeff Dobro, MD, chief medical officer at RedBrick. “We’re proud to partner with SCL Health in creating an effective engagement accelerator and well-being hub to serve those who are at the heart of community-based care. By aligning with SCL Health’s corporate strategy and finding ways to amplify their Culture of Health, we can better serve those who take care of the people who need them most.”


About SCL Health

SCL Health is a faith-based, nonprofit healthcare organization dedicated to improving the health of the people and communities we serve, especially those who are poor and vulnerable. Our $2.5 billion health network aspires to provide comprehensive, coordinated care through our 12 hospitals, more than 160 physician clinics, home health care, hospice, mental health care and safety-net services in three states – Colorado, Kansas and Montana. We proudly partner with other organizations to improve quality and the patient experience. SCL Health provides more than $222 million a year in community benefit. SCL Health was founded by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, who opened their first hospital in 1864. To learn more, visit


About RedBrick Health

RedBrick Health helps organizations improve population health and well-being, and build a stronger Culture of Health. Because every consumer has unique needs, we combine our exclusive Behavior Change Framework with adaptive technology and live concierge services to drive greater engagement and more lasting results than industry norms. Over 100 leading organizations rely on RedBrick Health to measurably improve the health and well-being of their populations—while measurably improving their bottom line.

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