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This article is intended for HMO members enrolled in an employer health insurance plan.
The Wellness and Prevention Program helps keep you and your dependents healthy and safe. It provides information on preventing illness and injury, promoting health and productivity, and lowering your risk for illness or injury.
The Asthma Condition Management Program and the Diabetes Condition Management Program help you learn more about your disease and give you tips on how to stay healthy.
The Case Management Program can help you when you are going home from the hospital. It can also help you understand the complex health care system.
If you have special health care needs, the Complex Case Management Program could give you more support. Case Managers help you arrange your care and services and work with you to make a care plan that meets your needs.
Often, a staff member from your Independent Practice Association (IPA) or medical group will call you if you are having complex health problems. You can also call your primary care provider, IPA or medical group for questions or help. Just tell them you would like to be considered for one of the Population Health Management Programs.
Originally published 5/11/2020: Revised 2022
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