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Gateway to Lifestyle Management (Asthma, Heart Disease, COPD, Diabetes, MOM Matters®)
Gateway has programs that help members with their health. These programs help members balance their lifestyles for optimum health & wellness.
Gateway’s Life Style Management Asthma Program helps members who have asthma. This program is for members between the ages of 2 to 56. In this program, Care Managers can call you and talk about managing your asthma. The Care Managers can explain health information, like the difference between long-term control medicines and rescue medicines. The Managers also mail out information to members about asthma.
Click here for more information about the Gateway to Lifestyle Management Asthma Program.
Gateway also has a Life Style Management Program to help members who have heart problems. If you are a Gateway member age 21 or older who has congestive heart failure, had a heart attack, had stents put into your heart, or had heart bypass surgery, please talk with a Care Manager about our Heart Disease/Cardiac Program. In this program, Care Managers can call you and help you understand how best to take care of your heart. They can talk about how to eat healthy, be physically active and take medicines the right way. They can help you recognize the warning signs that mean you may be headed for more trouble with your heart.
Click here for more information about the Gateway to Life Style Management Heart Disease/Cardiac Program.
Living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) can be overwhelming. Gateway Health wants to help! If you are at least 21 years of age and are living with COPD, you may benefit from joining our Gateway to Lifestyle ManagementSM COPD program.
A care manager can help you to learn how to manage your symptoms so that you can be more active and enjoy life. A care manager can help with the following:
- Teach you about your lung disease
- Provide you with mailed educational materials about your condition
- Answer questions to help you manage your lung disease
- Provide community service referrals
You may receive newsletters with COPD related articles as well as telephone calls with tips to help you manage your condition.
Click here for more information about the Gateway to Lifestyle ManagementSM COPD Program.
Diabetes is a sneaky disease. It can cause problems for your heart, eyes, kidneys and circulation even though you feel OK. Diabetes causes heart disease, blindness and kidney problems that could put you on dialysis. It can also cause circulation problems that could require amputation of your toes, feet or legs.
Care Managers in the Diabetes Program can call you and help you understand diabetes. They can teach you what symptoms to look for to prevent complications from diabetes. They can explain how simple blood and urine tests can catch problems even before you may know you have a problem. They can help you make appointments to have these tests done once every year.
Click here for more information about the Gateway to Life Style Management Diabetes Program.
Pregnancy: MOM Matters®
Gateway HealthSM has a special program for pregnant women called MOM Matters®. This program provides education and support to help you have a healthy pregnancy. Specially trained Maternity Team members are easily accessible to answer questions, concerns and help you every step of the way during pregnancy. Members who seek early and regular Maternity care may receive a reward at no cost in our new Goodness Rewards Program!
Click here for information on the Goodness Rewards Program.
Click here to learn more about the Mom Matters Program.
Call us at 1-800-392-1147 for more information.