It’s that time of year again – it’s time to #MoveInMay!
May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month, a month dedicated to raising awareness about the benefits of physical activity and asking communities, health professionals, and families to work together to create opportunities for everyone to get more of it.
Consider these stats from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention1:
Click on the link in the first stat above to learn more about the amount and type of activity the CDC recommends for your optimum health benefits.
While many health coverage options provide a wealth of insurance benefits to help you maintain your health, some plans may also provide additional programs and features that pique your interest:
Access to digital fitness tools
We know that consistent physical activity is a core principle of good health. With tools to help you track your fitness journey, you can integrate personalized health and fitness guidance, including tips on nutrition and self-assessments, into your workout routines. These tools can be included in short-term medical or health benefit insurance coverage.
24/7/365 access to board-certified doctors
Increasing physical activity can have a significant impact on your general health, but you may still suffer from common illnesses, allergies, or infections from time to time. Short-term medical and health benefit insurance coverage can include benefits that allow you to connect with doctors in mere minutes via mobile and video to address health concerns quickly and conveniently.
Patient advocacy service
As you continue to increase your physical activity and fitness levels and make the most of your health coverage, you may need assistance navigating the world of healthcare. As is found with many traditional health insurance plans, short-term medical and health benefit insurance coverage can also include access to a patient advocacy service that can help you schedule appointments, find quality doctors and facilities, lower out-of-pocket costs, and make informed decisions about your healthcare.
Note: Keep in mind that while short-term and health benefit insurance coverage do provide these non-health benefits, neither one is intended to be a replacement nor an alternative to ACA or other major medical plans. These types of coverage do not provide the minimum essential health benefits that are required and will not help to avoid the fee for not carrying health insurance. They may have restrictions, limitations, and exclusions that impact your coverage.
What are your physical fitness goals? How do you work with your personal healthcare community to make sure you meet them?
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1 Source: “Facts About Physical Activity.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. https://www.cdc.gov/physicalactivity/data/facts.htm