Living a proactive, healthy lifestyle can make a difference for individuals living with chronic conditions, and we’re here to help. Our programs provide valuable tools and resources to help you manage chronic conditions and live a healthier life.
Participants in the program receive:
- Disease-specific preventive and self-care education
- Ongoing educational mailings about the condition
- Phone access to a nurse for specific questions and to discuss preventive and self-care strategies
- Ongoing surveillance using our predictive modeling software
Members are automatically enrolled in the program based on claims information.
Asthma is a disease that makes it difficult to breathe. Without proper treatment, asthma interferes with a person’s ability to carry out normal activities and leads to increased use of medical services, such as office visits, outpatient services, emergency services and hospital admissions. Read more about AsthmaCare
Diabetes is a disease in which the body does not produce or properly use insulin, a hormone that is needed to convert sugar and starches into energy for daily activities. If left untreated, diabetes usually progresses to heart disease, blindness, kidney disease, circulation problems or stroke. Successful management of blood sugar, weight, diet and exercise can significantly improve the health of individuals living with diabetes. Read more about DiabetesCare
For those members who participate in MSHA’s “Caring for Your Diabetes” program, CrestPoint will work closely with your Diabetes Care Manager.
Depression is a serious illness that affects a person’s mood and interferes with relationships, home-life and work. If left untreated, depression can make it hard to carry out self-management and preventive health practices, causing existing conditions to worsen. This resource is in addition to the EAP benefits available under your health plan. Read more about DepressionCare
Heart Failure is a disease in which the heart is unable to pump the normal amount of oxygen-carrying blood to the rest of the body. If left untreated, heart failure progresses to severe shortness of breath, weakness and inability to carry out daily activities. Read more about HeartCare
Healthy babies need healthy mothers, especially before they are born. Expectant mothers that see their doctor and take care of themselves increase the chance of having a healthy baby. CrestPoint offers expectant mothers assistance with healthrelated needs throughout their pregnancy to promote good health for both the mother and her baby. For more information about any of these programs. Read more about PregnancyCare