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Last week BCBSNE employees helped strike out hunger by donating over 125 hours of their time volunteering at @Food4Heartland!
A two-year joint initiative between @CHIhealth and Medicaid managed care providers @BCBSNebraska, @NETotalCare and @UHC will commit $1 million to helping at-risk moms and babies. #NEChamber #MembersinAction ow.ly/vHuf50JtJ6V
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We’re wishing everyone a happy and safe Memorial Day! Our offices are closed today, May 30. We look forward to helping you when we return to the office tomorrow!
Getting proper preventive care can reduce the risk for disease, disability and even premature death — yet millions of people in the United States don’t get recommended preventive health care services. Read more about the power of prevention: bit.ly/3sYI2SG
Hear how the BCBSNE @UNKearney Health Sciences Scholarship is helping Ashlynn achieve her dreams of becoming a physician’s assistant.
Dealing with stress can be difficult. While no one can eliminate it entirely, there are things you can do to manage stress and keep it from affecting your health: bit.ly/3MO4aqQ
As the school year comes to a close, kids are going to discover they have a lot of free time on their hands. Chances are that a great deal of their time will be spent online. We’ve compiled a few tips on how to keep your kids safe on the web: bit.ly/3MBnXK6
This is Preston, a recipient of the BCBSNE @UNKearney Health Sciences Scholarship. He’s studying to become a nurse – hear how the BCBSNE scholarship he received is helping him achieve his career goals.
Here’s a way to improve your mental health: Get moving! Daily physical activity can reduce stress significantly. Do you have a favorite go-to exercise?
Although prescription medications are given under a doctor’s care, sometimes they’re misused or not disposed of properly – learn why proper use and disposal is so important: bit.ly/3NmxpAZ
Thank you for taking the [email protected] Day pledge and walking toward better heath and a stronger community last Wednesday, April 27. Nearly 3,000 Nebraskans, including 153 companies and schools, took the [email protected] pledge this year! bit.ly/3Mb4WOu
Financial strain impacts more than just your wallet. Believe it or not, financial wellness is closely tied to your physical and mental health. bit.ly/39Y7f9z
Meet Kate, a recipient of the BCBSNE @UNKearney Health Sciences Scholarship. Kate is studying to become a health care professional in rural Nebraska.
We recently released our 2021-2022 workforce diversity statistics. Read about how diversity is a part of our DNA: bit.ly/3saWXJ9
May kicks of #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth. Mental health is physical health. While everyone can feel down or stressed from time to time, if these feelings become overwhelming or are ongoing, talk to your health care provider about it.
Happy #NationalWalkAtLunchDay! Lace up your walking shoes, step away from your desk and walk with us!
Tomorrow is National Walk at Lunch Day! Take the pledge and walk your way toward better health. Register here: bit.ly/3ODUDnS. #NationalWalkAtLunchDay
While it’s important to be mindful of how much water we’re consuming as we head into summer, hydration is critical for optimal health no matter the season. bit.ly/3K1LGks
We’re lacing up our sneakers on Wednesday, April 27 for #NationalWalkAtLunchDay, an annual event supporting @SONebraska. Visit bit.ly/3v01TT4 to learn how you can help make a difference.
April is Autism Awareness Month, a cause near and dear to Barb True’s heart. Hear how True, vice president of claims and support services at BCBSNE, began her philanthropic journey to support neurodiverse learners. bit.ly/3vwrMsC
Read the @OWHnews piece detailing how BCBSNE is working to improve the quality of life for diabetic members with our $0 insulin program: bit.ly/3Mh3SYP
There are 1,440 minutes in a day – try and spend a minimum of 30 minutes exercising: bit.ly/3JJDPYU
Voting for the Omaha’s Choice Awards ends on Sunday! Vote for BCBSNE in the Health & Medicine category bit.ly/3uAtrhJ
Here we grow again! We’re looking for new teammates in our Information Technology department. Learn more about open positions here: bit.ly/3JIRtvD
Our provider team is showing their support for our dental partners today at the Nebraska Dental Association’s 2022 Annual Session!
Spring has sprung, which means longer, warmer days, more outdoor activities and… spring cleaning! Did you know that the benefits of spring cleaning go beyond having a pristine living space? Spring cleaning is often considered a form of self-care. bit.ly/3ukxC18
Today marks the 74th anniversary of World Health Day. Each year the World Health Organization (WHO) selects a priority area of global health concern as the theme for World Health Day. This year, WHO will focus on keeping humans and the planet healthy.
Oh, my aching bones! We have tips and tricks to help relieve joint pain and discomfort: bit.ly/3LLuAJc
Voting for the annual Omaha’s Choice Awards has begun! Help us win Best Health Insurance Provider for the third year in a row by visiting: Omaha.com/Choice.
As Women’s History Month comes to an end, we’re shining the spotlight on some of the amazing female leaders here at BCBSNE. bit.ly/3tUOuLD
Early screening for cancer is especially important for Nebraskans. Colon cancer incidence and mortality rates are higher in Nebraska compared to other states. Only 68% of Nebraskans between ages 50-74 have been screened for colon cancer. It’s up to us to change this.
If you have a Medicare Advantage (MA) plan and want to make a change, the MA Open Enrollment Period (OEP) ends Thursday, March 31. This article has everything you need to know about the MA OEP: bit.ly/3IITwyR
Nutrition plays an important role in preventing colon cancer. Here are seven foods to incorporate into your diet to help reduce your risk: bit.ly/3qhddHQ
Learn how Connor Berg, strategic insights analyst at BCBSNE, utilized the company’s employee wellness program to prioritize his health. “Our wellness program creates a platform for us all to get together and be a part of each other’s journey.” bit.ly/3ujjxzO
Tax season is in full swing. As taxpayers diligently work to get their taxes submitted on time, scammers are working to swindle victims out of money. Read more about common tax scams here: bit.ly/3CQfLBC
When people decide it’s time to be healthier, they often jump in wholeheartedly with numerous activities and goals to improve their health and well-being. Here are some tips on how to stay on track and avoid fizzling out: bit.ly/34TBfRG
BCBSNE is excited to sponsor the 15th annual Red vs. Blue Guns & Hoses hockey game in support of the First Responders Foundation. Stop by our booth at Baxter Arena from 2 – 3 pm. We’re handing out swag and smiles!
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Brett Young, manager of government and association accounts at BCBSNE, shares his journey back to “normal” after suffering from a traumatic brain injury. bit.ly/34PpknQ
You don’t have to pinch us; we’re lucky to be able to serve our members!
When you make your health a priority, you’ll be ready to face what life brings you and be available to take care of the people who need you most. Read more to understand why it is important to take care of yourself first: bit.ly/3KD0g2K
Happy race day eve to all those participating in the 2022 Leprechaun Chase 10K. We hope you’re feeling lucky tomorrow!
March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and BCBSNE encourages everyone to understand their personal risk factors and when they should be tested for colorectal cancer. bit.ly/3pOtIe7
BCBSNE is hiring! If you are passionate about helping people through their health journeys and enjoy working in a collaborative environment, we’d love for you to apply to join our team! Explore what it’s like to be a part of #TeamBlue: bit.ly/3tEniPO
What is sleep hygiene and why is it so important? Here are a few healthy habit suggestions for a good night’s sleep: bit.ly/3KqVlBH
We are less than ONE week away from the 2022 Leprechaun Chase 10K powered by BCBSNE 🍀 We hope the runners are getting as excited as we are about the race!0
Everyone loves an extra hour of sunlight, but moving the clock forward one hour doesn’t just affect your schedule — it can throw off your body’s internal clock. We have five tips to help your body adjust to daylight saving time: bit.ly/3KjkJJI
Check out our enrollment team wearing blue to help raise awareness for colorectal cancer #DressinBlueNE 💙 💙 8dt
Today, March 4, is Dress in Blue Day for Colorectal Cancer. By wearing blue, BCBSNE employees are showing support and raising awareness about the third most common cancer diagnosed in the United States. #DressinBlueNE
Join us! Dress in Blue Day is March 4. By wearing blue and sharing your pic on social media, you will help increase awareness of the importance of screening and honor all who are affected by colon cancer. Be sure to use #DressinBlueNE in your post.
BCBSNE encourages all Nebraskans to take steps to continue to help stop the spread of COVID-19. bit.ly/3punSyc
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