Prenatal Plus Program through NDPERS health insurance plan...
Prenatal Plus Program through NDPERS health insurance plan
- Waive the deductible for preferred providers (PPO) for maternity delivery admissions when the Member is enrolled in the Prenatal Plus Program
- Waive copayment amount for prenatal vitamins when participating in the Prenatal Plus Program
Information You'll Receive:
- What to Take to the Hospital
- Prenatal Care
- Newborn Care
- Alcohol and Pregnancy
- Preventing Preterm Labor
- Take Folic Acid
- Smoking and Pregnancy
- Copayment is waived for prenatal vitamins
- Deductible is waived for delivery services
- Take Care of Your Child book is sent after delivery
Here is how to enroll:
The member must notify BCBS after the first prenatal visit, preferably before the 12th week, and no later than the 34th week.
A Service Representative will take the pertinent information so that a Managed Benefits Representative can return the member's call. The Case Management Representative will complete the Preterm Labor Risk Assessment questionnaire.
Prenatal Plus Promotes Healthy Babies
More than 2,500 women have participated in the program since 1995. Those identified as being at increased risk for delivering premature or low birth-weight babies receive one-on-one attention from a BCBSND case manager. Case managers will answer your questions, help you develop healthy diet and lifestyle behaviors that will benefit your baby and refer you back to your medical provider whenever you need medical assistance.
Listen to a Prenatal Plus Program Podcast
The member just calls the number on the back of their Insurance card or they can go to Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota and register online.
This is also available to any dependant that is eligible under their parents plan. These brochures are at the providers office as well.