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PCPs: Stay up to date on your patients’ routine & preventive care
August 22, 2023

Summer is a great time to check in on your patients to ensure they’re scheduled for routine services. To help, we’re sending wellness reminders to members in August.

Who will receive reminders?

Certain members with asthma, coronary artery disease, or diabetes who have gaps in their care will receive letters with personalized health charts to encourage them to stay on track with managing their health.

  • This includes members who belong to our Medicare Advantage, commercial HMO and PPO, and Federal Employee Program (FEP) health plans.
  • The letters will tell members if they have not received critical health services based on our claims data from       January 1-June 30, 2023.

Members who have

Age (as of December 31, 2023)

Will receive information about

Sample letter



Medication to control asthma:

  • Steroid inhaler or another controller medication

See samples of health and wellness reminders:

Coronary artery disease

  • Males: 21-75  
  • Females: 40-75 
  • Statin use



  • HbA1c
  • Eye exam
  • Tests for kidney function
  • Statin use (age 40-75)

Keep preventive care a priority for your patients

Eligible members may also receive mail, email, or text reminders about the importance of getting a:

  • Breast cancer screening (members over age 52)
  • Cervical cancer screening (members over age 19)
  • Colorectal cancer screening (members over age 46)
  • Dental visit
  • Routine health checkup

You can support the health and wellness of your patients with these conditions by reinforcing these messages, scheduling preventive care appointments, and discussing at-home screening options when appropriate.

As always, thank you for the care that you give your patients—our members.