• 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. This includes diagnostic, outpatient treatment and rehabilitative services
  • Child and adolescent health centers
  • Chiropractic services
  • Dental 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 such as chronic condition management programs
  • Hearing exams and hearing aids
  • Home health services and skilled nursing home services. You can use these after you leave 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 – for mild to moderate, medically necessary outpatient visits
  • 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
  • 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, care that's 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 that don't require an overnight hospital stay
  • Therapy – physical, speech and language and, occupational
  • Transplant services
  • Transportation by ambulance and other emergency medical transport
  • Transportation to non-emergency covered medical services
  • Vaccinations – covered vaccinations don't 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