Commitment to Above and Beyond Health Care
At Johns Hopkins USFHP, we believe taking charge of your health is one of the most important things you can do for yourself. Your health is our number one priority, and we encourage all of our members to live healthy, fulfilling lives. Enjoy all of the health and wellness benefits we have to offer at no cost to you.
Care managers/member advocates
Care managers collaborate with members and all their health care providers to achieve the best possible health for members. Care managers help members to improve their health and quality of life by:
- Assessing psychosocial, spiritual, and financial needs
- Educating on ways to manage health
- Assisting with referrals to specialty providers
- Coordinating care with our outreach and health education department, home health, and other health and community agencies
- Providing ongoing communication to check progress and review for continuing services
Care Management Population Health Initiative
Our care management department is devoted to helping you better understand and manage your health through our Population Health Initiative. Assistance through this initiative is offered on two levels depending on your need.
Complex care management – high intensity
Complex care management is provided for adults and children with diabetes and asthma, as well as all adults with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and cardiovascular disease. Once a member is identified with complex medical conditions or a special need, our highly-qualified staff determines the specific services the member needs. The nurses and social workers on our staff are trained to help these members with a wide range of services.
Care management is also available for the following:
- High-risk pregnancy
- Children with sickle-cell conditions, genetic conditions, complications from prematurity, obesity, neurological problems, and other conditions
- End-stage renal disease (ESRD) and members on dialysis
- Members with rehabilitation needs for spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, severe burns, trauma from motor vehicle accidents, and stroke
Monitored care management – moderate intensity
Members with less complicated conditions may benefit from ongoing monitoring and improvement of self-management skills. Once a member is identified with having asthma and/or diabetes, and may have risk factors for developing other conditions or complications, our skilled staff of personal care managers monitor the member’s health status and ongoing needs over time. These personal care managers encourage progress toward health goals. They provide guidance and tools aimed to improve overall self-management of asthma and diabetes.
Other population health-based services
- Periodic mailings of educational materials focused on increasing self-management skills and preventing complications
- Review of medications and discussion with our clinical pharmacy services if needed
- Assistance with obtaining behavioral health services
- Treatment coaching (This service can be reached by calling 888-309-4573.)
- Assistance moving members from a hospital to a lower level of care and then home: staff works with providers, members, and families on discharge planning, care coordination, and member and family education.
Self Refer to Care Management
We encourage our members to take advantage of the services and programs provided by Care Management. Our Care Management Population Health Initiative services and programs are voluntary and are provided to you at no-cost. Members identified with certain needs may be automatically enrolled but are under no obligation to participate in these programs. If you have questions about our Population Health Initiative of other Care Management services, or if you’d like to make a referral to the program, call 800-557-6916. We are available Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm. Any voice mail messages received after normal business hours will be addressed the next business day.
Please do not send any Protected Health Information (PHI) and personal medical information when referring through email. Please do include contact information in case we need to reach you.
For more information on any of the case/disease management programs please call 800-557-6916 or email email@example.com.
USFHP health educators offer a variety of programs to help our members identify risks that could be harmful to their health and learn ways to achieve and maintain healthy lifestyles—like losing weight or learning how to manage a specific health condition. Classes are interactive and fun, and often include gifts and prizes. The programs are offered year-round and are conveniently located within or near Johns Hopkins Community Physician sites throughout Maryland.
If you want to adopt lifestyle changes that will help you lead a fulfilling and healthful life, we encourage you to sign up for our Health Coaching Program. The Health Coach Program gives you the opportunity to work one-on-one with a personal health coach and create an individualized action plan. Whether you want to manage stress, lose weight, improve fitness and nutrition or quit smoking, a USFHP health coach will provide you with the information and encouragement you are looking for. The coaching sessions are flexible for your busy schedule and are conducted over the telephone. If you are interested in creating a dynamic partnership with someone who can help you reach your short and long term wellness goals, this program is for you.
If you would like to speak with a US Family Health Plan health coach, please call: 1-800-957-9760, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Personal Wellness Profile
How can Johns Hopkins USFHP support you?
Could you use a health coach to help you reach your wellness goals? Maybe a care manager can help you better manage a condition? Are there preventive services that you need?
We encourage you to create a Personal Wellness Profile. This profile measures your overall health and well-being and tells us how we can best serve you.
When you fill out your profile, it will also help you:
- Identify existing behaviors that are considered good health practices.
- Identify protective and health risk factors.
- Get a comprehensive picture of your health and lifestyle based on current guidelines for optimal health and disease prevention.
- Make healthy lifestyle decisions.
Click the button below to create your profile. After you finish, you will be able to print a report that outlines your risks and recommendations.
Health Information Library
Access our comprehensive health and wellness library of information provided through Johns Hopkins. You can find definitions of various health topics; browse conditions, treatments, and health centers; get information on drugs, herbs, and supplements; see tips for healthy living and general wellness; and understand the personal care each family member needs. Our library boasts quizzes, articles, videos, and other interactive tools to give you all the resources you need to improve your health and wellness.