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Health and Wellness 

The best place for you to get most of your health care is at your primary care provider's (PCP's) office. 

If your doctor's office is closed or you are very sick or hurt, you can also get care at an urgent care center or the emergency room. Learn more about your health care partners and where to get care.

To find more information about health issues that may affect you, visit our online Health Care Links.

Health Risk Assessment

How would you rate your health? What are your healthy behaviors? What things would you want to change to be healthier?

CareSource is pleased to provide members with a health risk assessment tool to help answer those questions. A health risk assessment is a survey about your current health and lifestyle.

If you have about 15 minutes, answer the questions in this tool to learn where you may be at risk for health problems. You’ll get a personalized health guide when you finish. This guide will give you information in these areas to get or stay healthy:

  • Nutrition and exercise
  • Preventive health
  • Emotional health
  • Safety behaviors
  • Tobacco, drug and alcohol use
  • Blood pressure, cholesterol, body mass index (BMI)

You won't have to wonder where to begin or what to do next – it's there in your guide. You can even come back to the tool periodically to track your progress. 

To take the health assessment, log in to your My CareSource account and then click the Health Assessment link.

Don't have a My CareSource account? Click on Sign Up and register. It just takes a few minutes.

Care & Disease Management Programs

CareSource offers care and disease management programs that can help you. These programs help you learn about your health and how you can manage your specific health conditions.

Self-Help Tools

CareSource is your partner to help you stay healthy. We've gathered some helpful websites that contain information for topics like:

  • Behavioral health
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Clinical and preventive care guidelines for adults and children