Blue Medicare HMO and Blue Medicare PPO offer a variety of health and wellness resources for their members. There are no additional charges for these services.
Designed for members with specific chronic conditions, such as:
These programs feature an array of resources to help members manage their conditions. Each program includes educational materials, support from registered nurses, self-management supplies and more.
In certain health situations, members can work with a case manager. Case managers help provide education, support, and help with self-management behaviors, and assistance with monitoring health care needs and identifying necessary resources.
The Medication Therapy Management Program assists members who have been identified by the Plan as taking multiple medications for the treatment of certain medical conditions. The program helps members to understand better how to take their medicines safely and effectively. The Plan provides information to assist members to avoid potential medical complications related to their medicines and to help members take their medicines the way their doctor has prescribed.
Do you have health questions? Answers to your health questions are just a phone call away with the Telephone Learning CenterTM (TLC) Line. This toll-free health information line is available for members 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, where you can talk directly with a nurse.
Learn how to receive these shots at no cost to you.
In accordance with federal requirements, BCSNC provides this end-of-life care information. Learn more about end-of-life care issues.
Leaving the hospital can be an overwhelming time. Unfortunately, some people find themselves back in the emergency room after a hospital discharge. Find out what you can do to help avoid this situation with our Hospital Discharge Checklist.
As we get older, certain medications can be dangerous for people ages 65 and older. Get a list of commonly prescribed high risk medications; drugs on this list have a greater risk of side effects for adults aged 65 years and older.
It is very important to take your medicines as directed by your health care provider. Get tips for remembering to take your medications; drugs on this list have a greater risk of side effects for adults aged 65 years and older.
The information on this page is current as of 10/1/2015.
Y0079_7169 CMS Approved 11102015