How to Stay Healthy: Get Your $0 Wellness Checkup

Posted on Feb 7th 2018 by Florida Blue

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This guide is for members under 65 years of age who enrolled in a Florida Blue health plan for themselves or their family (not through their employer or Medicare).

Health care can be complicated—especially when it comes to knowing what your health plan covers and how to use it. This is part 3 of a five-part guide to help you get off to a good start. Whether you’re new to the Florida Blue family or a longtime, loyal member, we want to say thanks for letting us be there for you when you need care!

Missed Part 1? Read it here.

Missed Part 2? Read it here.

Stay Healthy: Schedule Your $0 Wellness Checkup

Your health plan includes one yearly checkup with your primary care doctor—and it’s the easiest way to start using your health plan. This visit is $01 and includes bloodwork and routine screenings like a colonoscopy or bone density test—all you have to do is make an appointment! Seeing your doctor every year is a great way to keep tabs on your health: find out all the ways you’re doing great, and learn about ways to improve!

In case you need more convincing, here are 5 reasons to see your doctor every year. 

So what are you waiting for? Make your appointment today!

  • Log in to your account at floridablue.com or on the app to confirm your primary care doctor selection.
  • Call your doctor to set up your $0 annual checkup.
  • See the specialists, hospitals and pharmacies that are part of your health plan.
  • Note: If you have a myBlue health plan, make your primary care doctor your first stop anytime you need care, including referrals to a specialist. Otherwise, you may have to pay the entire costs (except in an emergency). Read your plan details and know before you go.

 

1 It’s at no cost unless a health condition is identified or treated or your doctor runs additional tests. Talk to your doctor during the visit to find out more.

 


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