It’s important to be an active participant in your health care. This can start with feeling empowered to effectively communicate with your doctors so you can make a collaborative, informed choice about your health care.
To be a better care consumer, remember the acronym “PREPARED”:
If you don’t have enough information or feel confident in the procedure, hold off on making a final decision until you are PREPARED.
While many people enjoy their job, most experience job stress at some time during their working hours. For some, this stress can become severe and impact their health and well-being. In response, an increasing number of companies are offering an employee assistance program (EAP) as an employee benefit.
An EAP supplies professional counselors for you and your family in a safe and private setting. Disclosed information will remain confidential, and the use of an EAP won’t jeopardize your job. EAPs typically address the following issues:
Talk to HR for more information about your EAP and available services.
You might receive some forms early in the year providing information about your 2022 health coverage.
Here’s an overview of the different health care forms you may receive:
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