Blood Pressure Management Program
State of Montana Benefit Plan (State Plan) members with a diagnosis of hypertension are eligible to participate in the Blood Pressure Management Program. The goal of the program is to partner with members with high blood pressure to improve blood pressure and overall health.
CareHere, in partnership with the State Plan, is excited to offer this program to ALL plan members with a diagnosis of hypertension, REGARDLESS of if they have access to one of the Montana Health Centers! The program offers eligible participants the following:
- Monitoring and assistance from CareHere clinical team members.
- An at-home blood pressure cuff. This will be the members to keep even after completing the program.
- The iHealth MyVitals App. This app allows real-time monitoring and communication between participants, the CareHere team members, and providers.
To enroll or for more information, contact the CareHere Montana Health Center at RemoteMonitoring@carehere.com or (855) 200-6822. Members who can't visit a health center will need to work with their local provider to complete and return the Blood Pressure Program Enrollment Form.
Completion of the Blood Pressure Management Program is an eligible Next Step Activity! Instructions for self-reporting the activity (which is a separate step from completing the program) can be found here: www.benefits.mt.gov/incentive.
How to Take Your Blood Pressure
There are additional benefits available to assist members with high blood pressure. These are also eligible Next Step Activities.
- Allegiance Nurse Health Coaching Program - allows State Plan members to access health coaching with an Allegiance Nurse Health Coach - one of the areas of focus for these Nurse Health Coaches is blood pressure management.
- MyActiveHealth Digital Coach (includes Your Health Goals and Your Health Education) - Sign in, click on "Coach," the "Your Health Education."
- Two visits with a provider (doctor).
The full list of eligible Next Step Activities along with additional requirements and instructions for self-reporting may be found here: www.benefits.mt.gov/nextstep.
Still have questions?
Contact HCBD at (800) 287-8266, (406) 444-7462;
Hearing Impaired TTY (406) 444-1421, or firstname.lastname@example.org.