Eating a diet of nutrient-rich foods can have many health benefits. One way consumers can make informed decisions about the foods they eat is to understand the information provided on the Nutrition Facts label.
Sutter Health Plus members in a select Bay Area delivery zone have access to free, same-day retail pharmacy delivery through Alto Pharmacy—for many prescription drugs—at the same cost share as picking them up.
In many cases, a video visit for everyday health needs, advice, or follow-up care can be a quick, convenient alternative to making the trip for an in-person visit.
Members have access to medically necessary care services for substance use disorders, including alcohol, through U.S. Behavioral Health Plan, California (USBHPC). This includes in-person or virtual individual and group visits with participating behavioral health providers, inpatient/outpatient treatment, and prescription drugs when medically necessary.
With guidance from state and local officials, many schools across Northern California are reopening and welcoming back students for in-person learning. This news comes as a beacon of hope for parents and children alike—that everyday daily life is resuming with a sense of normalcy.
Take practical steps toward a healthier heart with preventive care, making lifestyle changes, and practicing self-care. Sutter Health Plus members have access to a variety of programs and services, many at no cost share, to help manage heart health.
Through Express Scripts®, Sutter Health Plus members can have prescription medications delivered right to their home. This can help save time, money, and offers a contactless alternative to visiting the pharmacy.
As we enter the new year, many people are reflecting on the challenging events of 2020—and those that continue to define our daily lives. Some people’s ability to prepare for and effectively respond to the ongoing ups and downs of the times may be waning.
A new year marks an opportunity for a fresh start. Whether it’s eating healthier, exercising regularly, practicing self-care, or just breaking a few bad habits, New Year’s resolutions to improve health really can work.
As the first Californians begin receiving the COVID-19 vaccination, many now have a renewed sense of hope and optimism—it’s the first glimmer of light at the end of a long tunnel. However, this also raises many questions about what will happen next. Please be assured that Sutter Health Plus is actively engaged and working to ensure members understand how to navigate their care and coverage during this time.