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Here at Bright Health, we care about the health of all our members. That’s why we have a host of free wellness benefits tailored to keep our Medicare Advantage members feeling and living their best. __The Annual Wellness Visit__ Every year, we encourage all our members to schedule a free annual w
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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is all over the news and on everyone’s minds. We at Bright Health want you to know that we are staying current and keeping your health as our top priority. Education, prevention, and proper care are the best lines of defense.
When you need a medication, the last thing you need is the stress of a big price tag or the hassle running out to the pharmacy. We’ve got solutions for both, so you can focus on feeling your best.
1) Sign up for mail order pharmacy: For medications you take regularly, mail-order can be a tim
Coughing, sneezing, and running through tissues faster than you can buy them? Is it time to visit the ER? Probably not. At Bright Health we want to help make healthcare simpler and more affordable, and one of the best ways you can do that is to save Emergency Room visits for true emergencies.
We’re expanding. And that’s good news for you! We’re excited to announce that our Bright Health plans will be available in 2020 for coverage in select areas of Florida, Oklahoma, Nebraska, North Carolina, and South Carolina. That means better healthcare is on its way to a neighborhood near you.
Protect yourself - Your chance of getting the flu—which globally claims up to 500,000 lives each year—are greatly reduced by getting the flu shot. And even if you do get sick, serious complications are far less likely.
Protect those around you - Did you know you could spread it to o
You planned ahead, shopped around for the plan that fits your needs, and enrolled in a new health insurance plan during open enrollment. Congrats! We’re glad you’re covered for the upcoming year. For most who enroll during open enrollment, your coverage will begin 1/1/19, but what should you expect
“Make sure you select your PCP during open enrollment and check your EOC before your next appointment for details on your copay or coinsurance, depending on your deductible and annual max out-of-pocket.”
Did that make your head spin? Healthcare companies can get caught up in using very
Here’s everything you need to know before the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) ends on December 7.
Also referred to as Original Medicare because it is Medicare offered by the federal government to U.S. citizens who are 65 and older, or youn