Here are a few tips from the Priority Health Medicaid team to help keep you healthy this winter.

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Don't lose your coverage

You must fill out a Medicaid renewal form each year to keep your Medicaid health coverage. If you do not complete your annual renewal, you may lose health coverage.

Make sure your contact information is up to date in your MI Bridges account so Priority Health and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) can mail your renewal form. If you have already received a form in the mail, be sure to fill it out and return it right away.

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Ask your doctor about chronic kidney disease

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is common in people with diabetes and hypertension. CKD often develops slowly and with few symptoms.

Many people don't realize they have it until it's advanced and requires extensive medical treatment. If you have diabetes or hypertension, ask your doctor if you're at risk of developing CKD. You can also take a quiz from the National Kidney Foundation to see if you're at risk.

Take the quiz

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We go the extra mile

Need a ride? We can help. Get rides to and from doctor visits, the pharmacy, and other health-related places with transportation assistance. Schedule a ride by calling 888.975.8102 at least three days before your visit.

If you have a ride but would like to be reimbursed for the cost, you can submit a Medicaid mileage reimbursement form in your member account.

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PriorityMOM makes every day Mother's Day

PriorityMOM™ is a program 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.

Moms who opt-in will receive a welcome gift including a blood pressure cuff, baby sleep sack and program overview. Post-delivery, moms will receive a $50 gift card when they complete a survey about the program.

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We're helping Michigan manage mental health

Priority Health has partnered with Canines for Change to launch Priority Pups™, a mental health support program that places trained facility dogs in school districts to ease student anxiety and support kids as they learn. If you think your school district could benefit from a Priority Pup, please talk to your school leadership, then fill out our interest form.

Looking for additional mental health support? Your health plan comes with access to a mental wellness app called myStrength. It can help you manage stress, reduce anxiety and improve your mood.

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Have diabetes? Schedule important health checks

When blood sugar levels aren't controlled over time, it can impact your heart, kidneys, eyes and more. It's important to schedule the following screenings throughout the year to help stay healthy: Blood pressure check, A1C blood test, retinal eye exam, and kidney evaluation.

If you don't currently have a provider, use our Find-a-Doctor tool below to find one in your plan's network.

Find a Doctor

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Protect your vision

Eye exams are an important part of maintaining eye health, especially if you're diabetic. A retinal exam takes a picture of the back of your eye and shows the doctor if your diabetes is negatively affecting your vision. This test is painless and can help prevent future vision loss. Schedule your eye exam today, and don't forget to mention if you are diabetic and need a retinal eye exam.

Vision coverage is offered through our partnership with EyeMed. Click the link below to view the provider directory. If you have questions about your vision coverage, call Priority Health Customer Service at 888.975.8102.

EyeMed provider directory

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It's time for your flu shot

Cold and flu season is upon us. Flu shots are covered by your Priority Health Medicaid plan and are available at no cost to you from your doctor, health care provider, or retail pharmacies.

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No-cost pregnancy and birth support

A doula is a non-clinical trained professional who provides emotional, physical and educational support to a mother who is pregnant, is in labor or has recently given birth.

Doula services are covered in your Priority Health Medicaid health plan. Use our Find a Doctor tool to find a doula in your plan's network.

Search for a doula

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How do you rate your health plan?

Your experience with Priority Health is important to us. During Spring 2024, Priority Health may send you a Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) survey through our trusted vendor, Press Ganey. The survey asks questions about our services and your experience with us as a Medicaid member.

Completing the survey helps to make sure your health coverage and care meets specific quality standards.

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Introducing PriorityREACH

PriorityREACH™ is a free mobile app that lets you connect with your care team–nurses, care managers, social workers and other health care workers–to set and reach health goals, ask questions, receive support and manage conditions.

Now available for download in the Google Play store and App Store.

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We protect your privacy

We protect the privacy, confidentiality and security of your personal health information. We don't discuss your health with anyone online or over the phone unless you tell us we can. Click the link below to learn more about our policies and practices regarding your information and how we will treat it.

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Protect yourself from fraud, waste and abuse

There are specific rules all Medicaid members must follow. It's important to know and understand the rules, and how to report any concerns to Priority Health and/or MDHHS.

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Priority Health complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.

ATENCIÓN: si habla español, tiene a su disposición servicios gratuitos de asistencia en su idioma. Consulte al número de Servicio al Cliente que está en la parte de atrás de su tarjeta de identificación de miembro.  (TTY: 711).

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