We are committed to ensuring that you get the health care you need. We also want you to have access to resources that can help you meet your health goals. That's why we offer the following educational information and wellness programs that can help you lead a healthier life.
Programs and Resources
Do you want to find the right resources, save money, and manage your medical conditions? We offer programs and resources with your well-being in mind.
Care Coordination – Care Coordinators are registered nurses and other health care professionals who can help you connect to the services you need. They are here to help you meet your health goals. You may get care coordination services based on your health assessment needs. These are also known as case management services. They include:
- Help transitioning your care when you leave the hospital for physical or behavioral health needs.
- Help to set up care with your doctor and other health care team members.
- Help for you, your family and your caregiver to better understand your health condition(s), medications and treatments.
- Complex Case Management for physical and behavioral health: these services may help you navigate the health care system to improve your quality of life and save money.
- Living365®: offers disease coaching classes, online resources and printed materials to better manage your Diabetes or Asthma/COPD. See our News and Announcements for updates and new classes from Living365.
Condition Management – Are you at risk of a chronic condition such as asthma, diabetes, or heart disease, including hypertension? Or maybe you need help managing your condition. Get one-on-one support when you join this program. You will learn how to get the most from your benefits and get help coordinating your care. You will get tools on:
- Your specific condition(s).
- Lifestyle changes that may improve your health.
- How to keep your best quality of life.
Special Beginnings® – Our maternity program provides expectant moms with educational information and support through early pregnancy until 6 weeks after delivery through:
- Pregnancy risk factor identification and ongoing communication/monitoring.
- Educational materials covering pregnancy and infant care topics.
- Personal telephone contact with program staff.
- Help in managing high-risk conditions such as gestational diabetes and preeclampsia.
- Access to online resources and maternity tools, such as My Healthy Pregnancy Calendar, a contraction timer and helpful articles.
24/7 Nurseline – If you have questions, our nurses have answers. This help line is staffed 24 hours a day with registered nurses who can help you get answers to your health questions. If you have an unexpected medical situation, call the Nurseline at 1-888-343-2697. A nurse can help you decide if you should call your doctor, visit the ER or urgent care, or treat the problem yourself.
Blue365® – Save money on health and wellness products and services through this online discount program. Sign up for email alerts to see new offers.
Other Health Topics
Some chronic conditions can be managed so you maintain a good quality of life. With lifestyle changes, some of these conditions can go away or be greatly improved. Some ways to help you lead a healthier life include a healthy diet, exercise, working to lower your stress levels and following your doctor’s advice.
Below are some guidelines to help keep you healthy. Be sure to talk to your doctor about any health screenings you might need.
- Breast Cancer
- Ovarian Cancer
- Prostate Cancer
Zika virus can cause abnormalities in a developing baby. The virus is spread by infected mosquitoes. If you are pregnant or considering pregnancy, be sure to ask your health care provider if you need to be screened.
A Zika virus screening should be completed by your health care provider at each prenatal check-up. If you or your partner live in or have traveled to areas at risk for Zika transmission, please notify your provider. He or she can perform the screening and appropriate test if needed.
You can find out about any identified areas of Zika virus transmission by visiting the CDC's website. If you have any questions, please contact your provider.
Other Health Screenings
Quality Improvement Program
The Quality Improvement Program (QIP) helps you get the care and services that you need when you need it. Learn more about the Quality Improvement Program.