Maternity Management

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska and Wellframe have developed a special maternity program that is offered at no cost to your patients. Our program and case managers utilize a convenient mobile app that is designed to:

  • Help foster a better maternal health experience and the likelihood of a healthy, term delivery
  • Educate expectant mothers from first trimester through postpartum; maternity program designed to help keep expectant mothers healthy and decrease pregnancy and neonatal risks
  • Encourage healthier outcomes for mothers and babies through customized support, tools and educational content

Patients will have access to:

  • Checklist – daily to-dos and education to maintain a healthy pregnancy
  • Customized notifications for medications, doctor appointments and other daily tasks
  • In-app chat with case manager for patients to ask questions
  • Library of articles, pictures and videos

Case managers can help

  • Navigate the health insurance system
  • Encourage adherence to prescribed regiment
  • Educate patients on what to expect each trimester

To learn more about the maternity management program and mobile app or to request a demo, call 844-201-1546 or download the brochure. (pdf) updated 11/07/2017



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