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If managing all of your health care needs feels overwhelming, a care manager can help.

Care managers are nurses and social workers who can help you better understand and manage your health conditions. They are an advocate, who can coordinate your care with your providers to make it easier for you to achieve your best health.

You, your care manager and your health care providers can work together by:

  • Accessing your wellness and your personal needs
  • Coordinating health care services and supplies
  • Building your skills so you can better manage your conditions
  • Assisting with referrals to specialty providers

Take Your Next Step.

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Preventive Health

Work with us to stay healthy. We will give you reminders about the health services you need and information you can trust.

Transition of Care

When your health changes — temporarily (an injury or inpatient stay) or long term (needing new treatment) — we will give you extra support.

Complex Care

If you have chronic conditions, we work with you one-on-one and collaborate with your providers to help you understand and take the best possible care of yourself.

Taking care of your mental health is as important as taking care of your physical health. Learn more about how to identify the signs of mental illness and how to use your benefits to get care.

Health & Wellness Classes

Free, virtual health education workshops and programs help members
achieve their best health.

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