A Message from Dean D. Craig Brater, M.D.
Preventing disease is the goal of the Indiana University Executive Health Program. The benefits of prevention are immeasurable, and while they certainly affect the patient, they also impact the patient's family, employer, colleagues, and friends. There's no questioning that treatment plays an important, and vital, role in today's medicine. But preventing disease can be far less challenging than fixing what is broken. This is why the work of the Executive Health Program is so important.
The physicians and staff carefully orchestrate the program's mission by providing personalized care and a strong emphasis on healthy living. Participants in the program have come to rely on the one-on-one interaction, guidance and reinforcement that set the IU Executive Health Program apart from all others. I'm one of those people. And I feel fortunate to have this resource available to people in Indiana and throughout the country.
There are many reasons to get involved in the program. Maybe you need a road map to better health. Or, if you're like me, you need a reminder now and then to stay on course. Perhaps your organization's management team would benefit from improved fitness. It's important to take action toward a healthier life. Benefit from what Indiana has to offer: a top ranked program with outstanding faculty and staff. The impact could be immeasurable.
D. Craig Brater, M.D.
Dean and Walter J. Daly Professor
Indiana University School of Medicine
Your health is important. Yet how often do client meetings, conference calls, family or business trips cause you to postpone or forego your health screenings? The Executive Health Program is designed for people on the go who often are taking care of everyone but themselves. If you can't find the time for frequent medical appointments, the Executive Health Program may be for you. By participating in preventive testing and an efficient, comprehensive health assessment, you can make lifestyle decisions now that could affect your future health and wellness. All it takes is a few hours of your time to maximize your health and reduce the risk for illness or disability. In return, you could be adding quality and years to your life.What do you get by participating in the Executive Health Program?
- Personal, one-on-one attention with your physician who takes time to fully address your questions or concerns
- Efficient, comprehensive, cost-effective testing
- A healthcare team backed by the Indiana University School of Medicine, IU Health, IU Medical Group, and The National Institute for Fitness and Sport
- Peace of mind
You could delay having important health exams until illness strikes.
Or, you could make your executive health appointment now.