Staying healthy is important! That’s why Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois worked with Jewel-Osco to provide free diabetes classes to our members in 2017. The classes are part of our Living365 program, which includes member education materials such as brochures, tracking cards and, classes. The classes were led by a Jewel-Osco pharmacist and dietitian and gave members a chance to:
“When you have diabetes, shopping for groceries can be a challenge,” said Jay Gandhi, VP, Enterprise Pharmacy Government Programs. “Our Living365 program helps members by using their local grocery store and pharmacy as a live classroom. The program is designed to help members in the most positive and real-world setting. Jewel-Osco plays an important role in helping members, including coordination of medications, medication reviews and patient education among other services.”
And here’s some good news: due to the positive response of the diabetes classes, we are expanding our efforts this year to include asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) classes.
Register for the asthma/COPD classes to:
We will be holding classes for asthma/COPD in June and July of 2018. The diabetes classes return in September and October. Keep an eye on your mail for a class being held near you. We expect the classes to fill up fast; you can register for the asthma/COPD classes online at this location: Jewel-Osco. here. Stay tuned for registration information for the diabetes classes.
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