Here's a list of just some of the benefits you get as a Healthy Michigan Plan member.

  • Blood lead testing for members under 21
  • Breast cancer services – services to treat breast cancer as required by federal and state women’s health and cancer protection acts, including diagnostic, outpatient treatment and rehabilitative services
  • Child and Adolescent Health Centers
  • Chiropractic services
  • Diagnostic laboratory, X-ray and other imaging services
  • Doctor office visits
  • Emergency and urgent care services
  • Family planning services
  • Federally Qualified Health Centers
  • Health education – disease management programs
  • Hearing exams for all members and hearing aids for members under 21
  • Home health services and skilled nursing home services, when medically necessary. You can use these after you leave the hospital or instead of going to the hospital. Your doctor will help you arrange these services.
  • Hospice services
  • Hospital services requiring an overnight stay, including:
    • Cost of a semi-private room (sharing a room with one other person)
    • Intensive care nursing services
    • Doctor services
    • Surgical services
    • Anesthesia (medication to relax or put you to sleep before surgery)
    • X-rays
    • Laboratory services
  • Durable medical equipment and supplies
  • Mental health services – short term, up to 20 outpatient visits per year
  • Midwife services – when provided by a certified nurse midwife
  • Nurse practitioner services – when provided by a certified pediatric or family nurse
  • Out-of-network and out-of-state services – when authorized by Blue Cross Complete
  • Parenting and birthing classes
  • Physical exams – routine or annual physical exams
  • Podiatric (foot specialist) services when medically necessary
  • Practitioner services – such as those provided by physicians and specialists
  • Pregnancy care – including prenatal and postpartum care (before and after birth)
  • Prescriptions and pharmacy services
  • Prosthetics and orthotics
  • Rehabilitative or restorative services – intermittent or short term, in a nursing facility for up to 45 days
  • Rehabilitative or restorative services in a place of service other than a nursing facility
  • Renal disease services – end stage
  • Sexually transmitted disease treatment
  • Smoking and tobacco cessation treatment, including drugs and behavioral support (Michigan Tobacco Quit Program)
  • Specialist visits
  • Surgical services – not requiring an overnight hospital stay
  • Therapy – physical, speech and language, occupational
  • Transplant services
  • Transportation – by ambulance and other emergency medical transport
  • Transportation – to nonemergency covered medical services
  • Vaccinations. Covered vaccinations do not require prior authorization if provided by local health departments.
  • Vision – routine services
  • Weight-reduction services – if medically necessary
  • Well-baby and well-child care – Early Periodic Screening Diagnosis and Treatment Program for persons under age 21