It's important to pay attention to your health during the cold weather months. Here are some tips to keep you and your loved ones healthy this winter.

Time to renew your coverage.

Renewal requirements will soon begin again for all Medicaid members.

You will receive your renewal form in the mail, so it is important to keep your contact information up to date in your MI Bridges account. Make sure to update your contact information in both the Profile and Report Changes sections of your account.

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The RSV Symptoms you need to know.

Doctors are seeing a sharp increase in cases of Respiratory Syncytial Virus, or RSV. RSV is a virus with symptoms that usually last less than a week. Typically, cases of RSV do not need a doctor’s care. However, the virus can sometimes turn into a more serious case of bronchiolitis or pneumonia. Symptoms to watch for include trouble breathing, fast breathing or wheezing. Call your doctor at the first sign of any of these symptoms.

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Making routine eye care a priority.

As of December 1, 2022, the vision services in your plan have changed. We’ve partnered with EyeMed to provide your vision coverage and services. However, you must now see an eye doctor in the Priority Health EyeMed network to use these benefits. Follow the link below to make sure your eye doctor is in network, or to choose one who is. You can also call EyeMed customer service at 866.608.9378 (TTY 711).

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Need a ride?

We can help! We can get you to and from doctor appointments and other health-related places.

Call us at 888.975.8102 (TTY users call 711) Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. to schedule a ride. Members living in Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties should call 855.922.0422.

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PriorityMOM makes every day Mother's Day.

We want every mom to have a healthy pregnancy. That’s why we created PriorityMOM™, a program just for moms-to-be that helps navigate the health care process, explains coverage and costs and provides health education. All Priority Health Medicaid members who are pregnant (not past 34 weeks) are eligible for PriorityMOM at no cost.

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Your mental health is important.

Your physical and mental well-being play an important role in your health. myStrength, our free online member resource can help you care for your mental well-being. Read articles, watch videos or get one-on-one support on many health-related topics.

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Protect yourself from fraud, waste and abuse.

Learn the rules Medicaid beneficiaries must follow.

Did you know? Drug diversion is the term for the illegal use or abuse of prescription drugs. It can be dangerous, but it’s also against the law and increases the cost of Medicaid for everyone.

Click the link to learn how to report any concerns to Priority Health and/or MDHHS OIG.

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