Ready to start the bump watch? That’s a baby bump we’re talking about. Pregnant? It might seem like the only thing that you can expect with pregnancy is having a lot of changes happening to you and your body. It’s a time of excitement and planning but there are also so many questions and concerns to be answered. We can help to answer many of those questions and offer you information every baby step along the way. No, we can’t cure morning sickness, but we are bringing you the Special Beginnings® Program available at no additional cost. Call Special Beginnings at 1-855-740-1515 to learn if you’re eligible for the program. Our online resources support all mothers and their newborns.
Call 1-855-740-1515 or the customer service number on the back of your insurance card between 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. CT to enroll in Special Beginnings. Our team will contact you with a confidential questionnaire to help determine your risk level and understand what support you might need throughout your pregnancy.
Once enrolled, we will deliver:
Are you a registered user of Blue Access® for Members? Members who have the maternity program as part of their health plan can now access an online resource tool for expectant mothers located on Blue Access for Members. The online tool offers:
Here’s to you taking another step towards taking good care of yourself and your baby!
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