Paul Moak Automotive is proud to offer our employees wellness benefits through the Blue Cross Blue Shield of MS Healthy Workplace program. Please use this page for a resource. It will be updated as new offerings and initiatives are put into place, so check back throughout the future. The best way to learn about each wellness benefit is to log into the BCBS MS website or download the free myBlue app.
Each month of the year has a different health focus designed to raise awareness and spark change. We would love for you to join us each month as we highlight one of these health topics in our new “Healthy Highlights” series. Our goal is to provide you with knowledge and ideas to inspire your own wellness journey.
July is designated as UV safety and skin cancer awareness month. Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the nation, and with all of the time we spend outdoors during the summer months, it can benefit everyone to be aware and practice UV safety!
During our “Healthy Highlights” presentation, we will focus on prevention and screenings. First, we will discuss easy and practical steps to stay safe in the sun throughout the year. Then, we will discuss skin cancer awareness by reviewing the signs and knowing what to look for during self-exams.
The month of July is always filled with fun summer activities, so let’s make sure we enjoy them safely and prevent any future skin issues! Please join us as we learn about this important topic. The video is available now by clicking the link below to watch at any time:
June has been recognized for many years as “Alzheimer’s & Brain Health Awareness Month”. Alzheimer’s is a very common brain disease that effects millions of American every year. Unfortunately, most of us know someone who has or is suffering from this debilitating disease. During our “Healthy Highlights” presentation, we are going to take a deeper look at Alzheimer’s disease, as well as dementia. We will review what the latest research tells us about what causes this disease, and what may prevent it. Please join us as we learn about the most common brain disease, and what steps we can take to prevent it from developing. The video is available now. Just click the link below to watch it at any time.
In “Healthy Highlights” this month, we will focus on exercise. May has been recognized as “Exercise Awareness Month”, which aims to encourage Americans to take part in more daily physical activity.
During our “Healthy Highlights” presentation, we will focus on 12 tips to help you love and look forward to exercising on a regular basis.
Please join us as we learn fun and interesting ways to make exercise an enjoyable habit. The video is available now. Just click the link below to watch it at any time.
April has been recognized as “Stress Awareness Month”, which aims to raise awareness around learning to cope with our stress and finding healthy ways to deal with stressful situations.
During our “Healthy Highlights” presentation, we will identify the predictable pathway of stress, how faulty perception contributes to stress and five strategies for short-circuiting stress.
Please join us as we Relax…Relate…Release as we show you how to control stress mentally. The video is available now. Just click the link below to watch it at any time.
March is designated as “National Caffeine Awareness Month”, which aims to help people better understand how to consume caffeine responsibly. During our Healthy Highlights presentation, we will review caffeine’s natural source, health benefits, effects on the human body and how to manage the good with the bad. Please join us as we dive into some of the research behind the world’s most consumed pick-me-up. The video is available now. Just click the link below to watch it at any time:
February is designated as “American Heart Month”, making it the perfect time to shine a light on cardiovascular health. Unfortunately, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S., so most of us have been affected by heart health in some way. During our “Healthy Highlights” presentation, we will be discussing how the heart works, the lifestyle factors affecting heart health, the different types of heart disease, and the healthy steps to take for a strong heart. Please join us as we celebrate the hardest working muscle in the body! The video is available now. Just click the link below to watch it at any time:
Jake Pierce is Paul Moak Automotive’s Wellness Consultant through the BCBS MS Healthy Workplace program. He is available to answer any questions you may have about the various wellness programs offered through the company’s participation in the Healthy Workplace program. Jake is also standing by to help you out with personalized guidance and recommendations when it comes to nutrition and exercise! Feel free to contact him directly.Jake Pierce, MS, CHES(r)
View a PDF explaining the different wellness touchpoints
There’s an app for that! Make sure you download the free myBlue app to get the most out of your BCBS MS coverage.
View a PDF explaining how to get started with the myBlue app
Healthcare as we know it is changing. We’re changing the conversation about healthcare to focus on preventing health conditions before they happen. It’s much easier to maintenance our health than it is to fix it once something happens. That’s why it’s important to schedule your annual Healthy You! wellness visit with your Blue Primary Care Network Provider. This wellness benefit is paid at 100% with no deductible, co-pay or coinsurance when you use your Blue Primary Care Network Provider. Your Healthy You! visit is a time each year to have a face-to-face conversation with your physician about your health and your health history, and develop a wellness plan to maintain or improve your health.
View a PDF chart of Healthy You! wellness guidelines by age and gender
Make sure your Healthy You! physician is within a Blue Primary Care Home Network Provider to get the most out of your wellness visit. Clinics with the “Blue Primary Care Home” designation have taken extra steps to work directly with BCBS MS to know exactly what’s covered in your Healthy You! visit, plus the business offices are in touch for more efficient paperwork. One of the biggest advantages of going to a Blue Primary Care Home Network Provider is Color Me Healthy which includes FREE follow up labs and doctor visits based on your individual results for blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol. Log into your Blue Cross Blue Shield of MS (BCBS MS) app or online account to look at the list of Blue Primary Care Network Providers.
View a PDF explaining more about Blue Primary Care & Color Me Healthy
Click below to read details on two programs available to you through BCBS MS: