Quitting smoking is hard. It’s a process that may take time. And after you quit, it can be just as tough to stay smoke-free. Follow these steps to stay a non-smoker.
Logan Hoskins, an employee of QualChoice customer Adventure Subaru in Fayetteville, was presented with a check for $2000 by Bonnie Pruett, QualChoice Regional Sales Manager.
Thank you to our CPC+ and PCMH program participating providers for helping us improve healthcare! Please review these updates to the programs.
According to the CDC*, more than one-third of U.S. adults routinely sleep fewer than six hours a night. That’s bad news! The benefits of getting enough sleep include better heart health, less stress, improved memory and weight loss.
MEDICAL PROVIDERS: Please review these updated guidelines for our Outpatient Therapy for Mental Health & Substance Use Disorder medical coverage policy (BI273).
Many people put off quitting smoking because they’re worried about weight gain. Many smokers do gain some weight after they quit--but it’s still better to quit as soon as possible.
Is it safe to exercise when you’re sick? The answer depends on your symptoms and how sick you feel.
Thank you for the great participation in our AutoAuth® online pre-authorization system! We’re proud to offer you this improvement, to help make healthcare better.
The Prior Authorization Transparency Act amendment of 2017 impacted how subscribers or members may be terminated from group plans. Please review our guidelines.
Many smokers slip and smoke a few times while they’re quitting. If that happens to you, just know you’re not alone. And don’t use a slip as an excuse to start smoking again.