Understanding Your Healthy Michigan Plan

The Healthy Michigan Plan is a managed care health plan contracted with the state of Michigan. Blue Cross Complete of Michigan administers Healthy Michigan Plan benefits to eligible members.

How the Healthy Michigan Plan works

Good health care involves a team to coordinate your care and help you make choices about your health and well-being. Your doctors are part of this team and so are we.

You are the most important member of this team. When you’re directly involved in your health care, you get better care. We support your healthy choices, and the Healthy Michigan Plan has some tools to help.

Making healthy choices

Healthy choices can help prevent serious illnesses such as heart disease and diabetes. Healthy choices could also save you money. When you make healthy changes, your cost-sharing amounts may be reduced.

Visit our Health Library for quizzes and tools to help you know your health. Get instant results about your health and risks for diseases and conditions.

Seeing your primary care doctor

Your primary care doctor is your first choice for care. He or she is at the center of your health care team and will help you get the care you need.

You'll need to make an appointment to see your primary care doctor within 60 days, about two months, after you enroll with us. You'll need to see the doctor for your appointment within five months, or about 150 days, of enrolling in the plan.

During this appointment, you and your doctor will complete a Health Risk Assessment together. Then make sure you visit your doctor every year for an annual checkup and to complete your Health Risk Assessment.

Completing your Health Risk Assessment each year is a way to show your commitment to work on healthy behaviors.

Completing a health risk assessment

A health risk assessment (PDF) is a form you and your doctor fill out. It helps your health care team see how healthy you are and find ways to help you be healthier. The assessment gives you and your doctor a place to start making the health care choices that are right for you.

Healthy Michigan Plan work requirements

Healthy Michigan Plan work requirements have stopped. This means members don’t have to report work or other qualifying activities to keep their health care coverage. You should still update the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services with your current contact information or other life changes. These changes could affect your eligibility for the Healthy Michigan Plan. If work requirements restart, you’ll be notified by MDHHS.

If you weren’t required to report work or other activities, this change won’t affect your health care coverage.

For more information, call Blue Cross Complete’s Customer Service at 1-800-228-8554, 24 hours a day, seven days a week (TTY: 1-888-987-5832).

Overview of your Healthy Michigan Plan benefits

Here's an overview of some of the benefits you may be eligible for as a Healthy Michigan Plan member.

For a full list of Healthy Michigan Plan benefits, see the Blue Cross Complete Member Handbook (PDF).

For information on your core benefits, visit the Core Benefits page

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