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BATON ROUGE – Tropical Storm Ida is expected to intensify into a hurricane and hit land along the Louisiana coast from Sunday night to Monday morning.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana is urging all residents to monitor their health needs to take into account and to take preparatory measures, especially with regard to the continuing rise in COVID-19. For tips on downloading a digital ID, visit bcbsla.com/hurricanes.
Blue Cross and HMO Louisiana allow prescription drug refills for a limited time. This applies to members with Express Scripts pharmacy benefits through Blue Cross. Members should ensure that they have enough medication with them for a few days in case they need to be evacuated or cannot leave their home in a storm. If you’re having trouble refilling a prescription, call the pharmacy or customer service number on your ID card. Blue Cross and Express Scripts will help you and your pharmacy with this.
BlueCare works on any device with the internet and a camera, such as a smartphone, laptop, tablet or computer, and is a great option for treating routine, non-urgent medical conditions such as conjunctivitis, mild stomach viruses, bladder infections, rashes, and more. BlueCare is available in all 50 states, and BlueCare providers can provide prescriptions for many medical conditions via telemedicine.
BlueCare is easy to use and costs less than emergency rooms or urgent care visits. What you pay for a BlueCare visit depends on your plan type and your benefits. Before your visit begins, see what it costs. You will not be charged until your visit is over. Create your BlueCare account at www.BlueCareLA.com or with the BlueCare mobile app (one word) for Apple and Android devices.
To learn more about hurricane preparedness and health tips for the summer too visit bcbsla.com/Summer or watch the short animated video “Get Health Ready for Hurricane Season” (: 33) from Blue Cross for tips. For more information, visit the Louisiana State’s Get a Game Plan website.
Visit the Blue Cross YouTube channel for short videos on a variety of health topics. Subscribe to know when new videos are added. You can also connect to the Blue Cross on social media for regular updates.
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