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Staying Healthy


Your health is essential to InHealth—in fact, helping you achieve your healthiest life is one of the ways we plan to change health care. As we grow, we will be adding to our wellness programs, so be sure to check back often.



Wellness Disease Management

    

At InHealth, we encourage members to take responsibility for their own health. Whether they participate in our wellness programs, seek wellness advice on their own, or work with their doctors to develop personalized health regimens, the result is engaged participants who are healthier and happier. And, of course, healthier members help us fulfill our promise of lower premiums for everyone.

InHealth Cares

We are committed to excellence in, quality care that goes beyond insurance coverage. The InHealth Cares program is building individual, family and community support systems that eliminate barriers to health care through providing education on chronic conditions, supplying a medical home, encouraging lifestyle changes, supporting psychosocial needs within the individual and family unit, and offering opportunities to participate in wellness and prevention services. Ultimately, we offer a more compassionate and effective insurance program that empowers our members. Our focus is on:

Connecting Individuals

The InHealth Cares program connects individuals or caregivers with a nurse manager, a licensed social worker, a medical home provider and a member advocate to form a complete support team. Together, they enable members to navigate the health care system to effectively manage their clinical and/or psychosocial conditions and achieve greater well-being.

Connecting Families

For families dealing with a chronic, complex or disabling condition, or an acute catastrophic condition, we pair them with member advocate families who already have dealt with a similar situation. Additional support can include an InHealth nurse, an InHealth social worker or a medical home provider—whatever it takes to ensure the best outcomes.

Connecting Communities

InHealth takes a proactive role within the community. We are developing new programs and working closely with existing wellness and prevention programs to help improve services, provide resources and extend awareness. By referring more members to these beneficial programs, InHealth Cares strengthens the communities we serve and improves health for everyone.


Tips for Staying Healthy

Here’s a tool that may be helpful to you now.

Body Mass Index

You’ve probably heard health care professionals and others talk about BMI. BMI stands for Body Mass Index and it’s a number calculated with a formula that uses a person's weight and height. For most people, it provides a reliable indicator of body fatness, although it doesn’t measure body fat percentage. For various health issues where weight can be a factor in indicating a potential problem, BMI is one of a variety of screening tools, though not a diagnostic tool. And, it allows you to compare your weight to that of the general population.

Maintaining a healthy and ideal body weight is important for quality of life, in general. Knowing your BMI can help you in this pursuit because it gives you a goal to either maintain or achieve.

Calculate Your BMI



This calculator is intended for informational purposes only, and should not be interpreted as specific medical advice. A qualified health care provider should be consulted before making decisions about therapies and/or health conditions.
Source: www.healthyforms.com



Your health is essential to InHealth—in fact, helping you achieve your healthiest life is one of the ways we plan to change health care. As we grow, we will be adding to our wellness programs, so be sure to check back often.



Wellness Disease Management

    

At InHealth, we encourage members to take responsibility for their own health. Whether they participate in our wellness programs, seek wellness advice on their own, or work with their doctors to develop personalized health regimens, the result is engaged participants who are healthier and happier. And, of course, healthier members help us fulfill our promise of lower premiums for everyone.

InHealth Cares

We are committed to excellence in, quality care that goes beyond insurance coverage. The InHealth Cares program is building individual, family and community support systems that eliminate barriers to health care through providing education on chronic conditions, supplying a medical home, encouraging lifestyle changes, supporting psychosocial needs within the individual and family unit, and offering opportunities to participate in wellness and prevention services. Ultimately, we offer a more compassionate and effective insurance program that empowers our members. Our focus is on:

Connecting Individuals

The InHealth Cares program connects individuals or caregivers with a nurse manager, a licensed social worker, a medical home provider and a member advocate to form a complete support team. Together, they enable members to navigate the health care system to effectively manage their clinical and/or psychosocial conditions and achieve greater well-being.

Connecting Families

For families dealing with a chronic, complex or disabling condition, or an acute catastrophic condition, we pair them with member advocate families who already have dealt with a similar situation. Additional support can include an InHealth nurse, an InHealth social worker or a medical home provider—whatever it takes to ensure the best outcomes.

Connecting Communities

InHealth takes a proactive role within the community. We are developing new programs and working closely with existing wellness and prevention programs to help improve services, provide resources and extend awareness. By referring more members to these beneficial programs, InHealth Cares strengthens the communities we serve and improves health for everyone.


Tips for Staying Healthy

Here’s a tool that may be helpful to you now.

Body Mass Index

You’ve probably heard health care professionals and others talk about BMI. BMI stands for Body Mass Index and it’s a number calculated with a formula that uses a person's weight and height. For most people, it provides a reliable indicator of body fatness, although it doesn’t measure body fat percentage. For various health issues where weight can be a factor in indicating a potential problem, BMI is one of a variety of screening tools, though not a diagnostic tool. And, it allows you to compare your weight to that of the general population.

Maintaining a healthy and ideal body weight is important for quality of life, in general. Knowing your BMI can help you in this pursuit because it gives you a goal to either maintain or achieve.

Calculate Your BMI



This calculator is intended for informational purposes only, and should not be interpreted as specific medical advice. A qualified health care provider should be consulted before making decisions about therapies and/or health conditions.
Source: www.healthyforms.com