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 while you wait?
If you’ve enrolled in a Bright Health plan, we work to provide stress-free healthcare for our members and that experience starts even before your health plan does. We’re available to help answer your questions and provide guidance from the moment you submit your application. If you need any help, our Member Services team is made up of real people happy to walk you through your new plan. Find the Member Services number for your location on Brighthealthplan.com.
Below you’ll find more ways to connect with Bright Health and to start getting familiar with your plan—and how to get the most value from it.
As the first tangible symbol of your membership with Bright Health, we know having your ID card in-hand provides a small sense of comfort. If enrolling during open enrollment, you will receive your member ID card in mid-December. When your card arrives make sure it stays in a secure place. You’ll want it for upcoming doctor visits as well as all the important plan details on it, including key phone numbers. Also arriving in mid-December is your Bright Health welcome kit. It will provide you with all the information you’ll need to get the most out of your plan and get to know Bright Health a little better before your coverage begins.
Your ID and welcome kit will provide you with a great start, but Bright Health provides even more opportunities to connect. Getting acquainted with Bright Health and your plan can help save you money and stress down the road.
Again, if you ever need to get in touch with Bright Health, find your market-specific member service phone number on brighthealthplan.com. If you have any questions about your health plan, coverage, or just want to say hello – we’d love to chat.
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Author: Bright Health
December 3, 2018