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October

Get Ready for Open Season — Learn What’s New for 2019
(10/5/2018)
 
Our 2019 rates and benefits are here! With Open Season just around the corner, now is a perfect time to learn about what is new for the Compass Rose Health Plan next year.
Compass Rose Health Plan Achieves AAAHC Accreditation
(10/2/2018)
 
The Compass Rose Health Plan is pleased to announce that we have achieved accreditation by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). Learn more about what this means.

September

Introducing Real Appeal — A Weight Loss Program
(9/6/2018)
 
Want to lose weight and achieve your health goals? Find out how you can with Real Appeal, a free online weight loss program available to eligible Compass Rose Health Plan members at no additional cost.

August

New Maternity Management Program
(8/2/2018)
 
Whether you are thinking about having a baby or are already expecting, we are committed to providing the support you need for a heathy, full-term delivery.

July

UnitedHealthcare Network Changes in Minnesota, Western Wisconsin and the Dakotas on 9/1/18
(7/9/2018)
 
As part of network expansion in Minnesota, Western Wisconsin and the Dakotas, the UnitedHealthcare network is changing on September 1, 2018. Learn more.
Summer 2018 Compass Connection Newsletter
(7/2/2018)
 
Our Summer newsletter is here! Read now for tips on how to access premium care physicians, manage your medications, and get the care you need.

March

Medicare Updates Identification Numbers
(3/26/2018)
 
To improve security measures, Medicare is phasing out the use of Social Security Numbers as your medicare identification (ID) number. They are taking this measure as a precaution to help prevent fraudulent use of medicare accounts. Beginning in April

February

High Blood Pressure Screenings Can Save Your Life
(2/28/2018)
 
About 75 million Americans, or one in three U.S. adults, live with high blood pressure. Only about half of these individuals have this common, serious condition under control.1 High blood pressure is often called the “silent killer” because it usuall

January

Premier Health and UnitedHealthcare Relationship
(1/5/2018)
 
Premier Health and UnitedHealthcare Renew Network Relationship in Southwest Ohio

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