Dealing with chronic illness?
Let us coordinate your care
When you’re living with a chronic condition – such as asthma, diabetes, COPD, or heart disease – day-to-day life can be challenging. Just managing your condition can feel like a full-time job.
That’s why the Ohio State University Health Plan offers the Care Coordination Program to members dealing with certain chronic conditions.
The program is free and provides you with a care coordinator that will help you:
- Create an action plan for improving your health and well-being.
- Access other health care professionals, such as nurses, health coaches, nutritionists, exercise physiologists, health educators and pharmacists to act as your personal care team.
- Save money with the university’s Value Based Prescription Drug Plan, which offers reduced copays for certain medications.
- Take advantage of other Your Plan For Health (YP4H) programs, such as Biometric Health Screenings, Personal Health Assessment (PHA), and Faculty & Staff Incentive Program.
Care Coordination helps Ohio State faculty, staff, and their family members better manage their chronic health condition, improve their health and save money. If you have asthma, diabetes, coronary artery disease, COPD, or heart failure and are enrolled in a university medical plan, the next step is easy.
Make a call to 1-614-292-4700 or 1-800-678-6269 to schedule your first phone appointment.
Eligible faculty, staff, and family members enrolled in an Ohio State Faculty and Staff medical plan can choose to participate in Care Coordination. Participants are now given more options than ever before to earn medication discounts and Your Plan for Health incentives.
Care Coordination exists to improve member health and well-being, and we need your help to make it great. The program will only be as successful as you are successful.
During the program year, you have many opportunities to earn rewards points every day through Your Plan for Health, which can quickly accumulate to help you complete up to four incentive levels each quarter. As you advance through the incentive levels with YP4H, you earn rewards.
Faculty, staff and their dependents enrolled in specified university medical plans and actively participating in the Care Coordination Program are eligible for medication discounts, also know as a value-based drug plan.
You can learn more about the Health Plan by contacting us. We would love to hear your questions, comments, and suggestions.