American Heart Month
February is American Heart Month, a time to draw attention to heart disease - America's number one killer - and recognize the research and education that helps raise awareness of risk factors and decrease death rates. The American Heart Association kicked off the month with its National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 4, part of its Go Red for Women movement to promote awareness of heart disease in women by encouraging people to wear red. This month, we also recognize the importance of developing tools that will increase survival rates from heart attacks and cardiac arrest. One in three American adults has one or more types of cardiovascular disease. More than half of those directly affected by heart disease are under the age of 60.
|Want Support for heart health? |
The ODS Cardiac Care program offers support for maintaining cardiac health. This free program, part of the ODS healthcare benefit, helps improve your employee's current health and lower their healthcare costs. Interactive tools and services, including a personal health coach, help participants make healthy choices. Learn more about all of the ODS Health Coaching programs by clicking here.
|Electronic EOBs |
Electronic Explanation of Benefits (EOB) statements are now available! Members can sign up for EEOBs by logging in to their myODS accounts. Help us spread the word and conserve precious resources! A downloadable PDF is available for you to share with employees.
| Disclaimer Not all plans have access to all resources or tools referenced in this newsletter. Please refer to your member handbook, or call your ODS Marketing Representative for plan-specific information.|