Member Termination Reminders
The Prior Authorization Transparency Act amendment of 2017 has impacted how subscribers or members may be terminated from your group plan.
Health IQ Challenge: Facts About High Blood Pressure
High blood pressure (HBP)—also called hypertension—can be dangerous! Test your knowledge about this common condition.
Too Much Summer Screen Time?
In today's world, children are surrounded by digital media. Many kids spend hours in front of devices like computers, TVs, smartphones or tablets. How much screen time is OK for your child?
Managing Your Quit Day
You’ve decided to quit smoking. Congratulations! Your first day without cigarettes can be tough. Follow these five steps to increase your chances for a successful quit day.
Handling Headache Pain
Headaches are a common complaint among patients seeing their primary care physicians, accounting for 1 in 10 visits. Migraines and headaches can be crippling, but you can take measures to manage the pain. The first step to getting the best treatment is to understand what type of headache you have.
Breast Cancer Screening Reminder
All women age 50 and older should get a mammogram to screen for breast cancer at least once every 2 years. Some women should start getting mammograms at age 40.
Level-Funded Health Plans Gaining Ground
Level-funded group health plans are gaining acceptance as benefits decision-makers look for better plans for their companies and employees. The trend may be more pronounced given that the Affordable Care Act remains largely intact — for now.
Summer Safety Tips and First Aid
Summer is a great time to enjoy outdoor activities --but it can also bring minor injuries. Keep the whole family safe and healthy while enjoying the summer fun. Watch out for common summer problems:
Family Fitness for Summer
Time off from the school routine is good, but it can lead to unhealthy changes. Help your kids stay fit by making it a family affair, with activities you can all do together.
Stopping Tobacco: Make a Quit Plan
Quitting is tough, but being prepared boosts your chances of success. Build a quit plan to get ready and find out what to expect along the way.