Use your Medicare Advantage health plan benefits before the end of 2023
If you’re a Regence Medicare Advantage plan member, your health plan benefits include preventive services at zero-cost to keep you living your healthiest life. You can even earn Healthy Rewards dollars for some services. Read on to learn more:
- If you haven’t already, contact your primary care provider to schedule an annual wellness visit, which is important to assess your health and make a plan to prevent future illness. If you don’t have a primary care provider or if you can’t get an appointment before 2024, you can contact our partner, Signify Health, to schedule an in-home health evaluation and wellness visit at schedule.signifyhealth.com or by calling (877) 764-0833, Monday - Friday, 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pacific Time. You can also call us using the number on your member ID card — we can help.
- Flu season is here and now is a good time to get your flu vaccination. You can also get your COVID-19 and pneumonia vaccinations at the same time from an in-network pharmacy under your plan with no out of pocket cost. Other vaccines, like the Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) vaccine and shingles vaccine, will be covered under your prescription drug plan (which may be included with your Medicare Advantage plan). Deductibles, copays and coinsurance may apply. Contact your pharmacy or doctor to schedule your vaccinations.
- Learn more about all your preventive care benefits.
Earn rewards for getting care
Regence Medicare Advantage members can earn rewards for completing various preventive care activities. Rewards vary by state, so click the link for your state below to learn what rewards are available for you and how to get them:
- Oregon PPO, Oregon HMO (NOTE: rewards aren’t available in Oregon for Medicare Advantage Group members)
We’re here to help
If you have questions about your health plan benefits, please call us at the number on your member ID card (TTY: 711). Or live online chat assistance is available at regence.com/medicare Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PT.