Care Management

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Take Control of Your Health

Managing all of your health care needs can get overwhelming. If it feels like too much, a care manager can help. Care managers are nurses and social workers who can help you better understand and manage your health conditions. They can work with your providers to coordinate your care. They are an advocate to make your care easier and your health better.

Take Control of Your Health

Managing all of your health care needs can get overwhelming. If it feels like too much, a care manager can help. Care managers are nurses and social workers who can help you better understand and manage your health conditions. They can work with your providers to coordinate your care. They are an advocate to make your care easier and your health better.

You, your care manager, and your health care providers can work together by:

  • Evaluating your wellness and your personal needs
  • Coordinating services and supplies for your health care
  • Building your skills so you can better manage your conditions
  • Helping with referrals to specialists

Work with a care manager if you:

  • Are pregnant
  • Are being discharged from a hospital stay
  • Have diabetes, COPD, hypertension, or another chronic health condition

Preventive Health

Work with us to stay healthy. We’ll give you reminders about the health services you need and information you can trust. We may connect you with a care manager, who can help you use your plan, understand a new diagnosis, and work with your providers.

Transition of Care

When your health changes—temporarily (an injury or inpatient stay) or long-term (needing new treatment)—we’ll give you extra support. We can support you with your specific needs, help you adjust to changes, and guide you back to your best health.

Complex Care

If you have chronic conditions, we make it easier for you to focus on your health. We work with you one-on-one and help coordinate your care. We collaborate with your providers to help you understand and take the best possible care of your conditions.

Behavioral Health

If you are experiencing substance abuse challenges or struggling with depression, anxiety, or other mental health conditions, our behavioral health clinicians can help you navigate your treatment needs. Small steps include coordinating with your providers, helping you at home or on the phone, and offering you resources for treatment and support.

If you would like to discuss how EHP’s care team can help you, contact us.

Behavioral Health

If you are experiencing substance abuse challenges or struggling with depression, anxiety, or other mental health conditions, our behavioral health clinicians can help you navigate your treatment needs. Small steps include coordinating with your providers, helping you at home or on the phone, and offering you resources for treatment and support.

If you are having a crisis, please call 844-340-2217.

If you would like to discuss how EHP’s care team can help you, contact us.

If you think you may benefit from these services and would like to refer yourself, or if you have any questions, contact the Care Management Department.

Call: 1-800-557-6916
Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Email: caremanagement@jhhc.com

(Please do not send any personal health information by email.)
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