Fortune has debuted its home for Fortune Well, a destination for business leaders seeking content that will help them in their lives and careers.
Announced earlier this year in collaboration with CVS, Fortune Well marks a shift for Fortune—that it is no longer just about business but a “lifestyle destination for executives,” Editor in Chief Alyson Shontell has written.
The platform will deliver journalism in various formats—articles, videos, infographics—that will inform the health choices of Fortune’s readers, and the 100 million people+ reached by CVS Health in its its lines of business, Fortune says.
It will also feature new Fortune rankings, like the Best Places to Live for the Sandwich Generation, which will appear this fall.
The content will be geared toward everyone from those starting their careers through C-level executives, the magazine adds.
Jennifer Fields will serve as deputy editor, wellness, and will oversee the editorial content.
Previously, Fields served as executive editor, wellness and lifestyle at POPSUGAR. Prior to that, Fields was senior director of editorial development at WebMD, and has also served at Hearst Digital Media, AOL Health, WW, and O, The Oprah Magazine.
CVS Health will also get seats on Fortune Connect for select employees, and complimentary subscriptions to Fortune Premium content for its employees.