KentuckyOne Health Partners: A benefit for KentuckyOne Health employees and their dependents using the CHI Medical Plan.
Call 877.543.5768 and let KentuckyOne Health Partners help:
- One on one support from a health coach to coordinate care
- Social workers to help find patient assistance programs and other community resources
- Questions about a new diagnosis, medications, weight loss or smoking cessation
- How to find Enhanced CIN Network providers, specialists and facilities
Save out of pocket costs by using Enhanced CIN Network providers and services.
As you consider the cost of health care for you and your family in the coming year, be sure to know if the services you receive are from Enhanced CIN, in-network or out-of-network providers and facilities. Review costs, co-pays, deductibles and covered services for the KentuckyOne Health benefit plans on this comparison chart. You should also know:
- Under the KentuckyOne Health Integrated Health Plan, there is no deductible when you use a provider or facility in the Enhanced CIN Network.
- There is still a deductible for the Anthem in-network and out-of-network levels.
- All preventive services are paid at 100%.
- To search for an Enhanced CIN Network provider, click on these links to use the KentuckyOne Health Partners Physician Finder or Anthem's Find a Doctor search tool.
Visit the My Healthy Spirit page on Inside CHI to save money on your health insurance premiums or take part in incentive programs.
Pharmacy Plus is a convenient resource for KentuckyOne Health employees. Not only is their pricing competitive, they offer free delivery. Compare your medications to our Top 100 prescribed drugs list and see if generics are an option for you. Talk with your primary care provider and see if you can save.
Make certain these health screenings are a part of your annual checklist, as appropriate:
Biometric screenings are offered at KentuckyOne Health facilities and at your primary care provider office, for a quick check of weight, cholesterol, glucose and blood pressure.
This important exam will create an annual personalized prevention plan through the completion of Health Risk Assessments and a review of things such as your medical history, medications and appropriate screenings.
Based on your medical history and primary care provider’s recommendation, most women begin annual breast cancer screening with mammograms between ages 40 to 44. At age 45, women should have a mammogram every year. At age 55, your primary care provider may recommend continuing yearly screenings or getting a mammogram every 2 years.
If you have diabetes, you should have an A1C test at least twice each year to find out your long-term blood glucose control. The A1C test measures your average blood glucose during the previous 2-3 months, but especially during the previous month. (Employee Diabetes Program – anyone that has diabetes covered under CHI med plan enrolls in pharmacist led diabetes program at UL and provides coverage for supplies and medications.
Getting an annual flu vaccination not only protects you, but the people around you – including those who are vulnerable to serious illness such as babies, young children, the elderly and people with chronic health conditions.