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Tools and Resources You'll Need as a SelectHealth Member

Looking for the tools you need as a SelectHealth member? Here they are, all in one spot. From our mobile app to our member discount program. We’ve got something to help you find what you need, when you need it.

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If you’re a new member or even if you’ve been with us a while, you’re bound to have questions or need assistance. Here’s the most helpful tools you’ll need—all in one spot.

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Want to look at your recent medical claims or print an ID card?

Log in to your account on selecthealth.org. You can also review your benefits and look up the cost of prescription medications.

Need help finding a doctor?

Member Advocates can help you find the right fit, and they’ll even make an appointment for you. Or you can use our Provider Search to find doctors who are on your plan, in your area, and accepting new patients. 

Have a question while you’re on the go?

Our mobile app gives you access to your health plan, whenever and wherever you need it. You can view your ID card, search for a doctor, view your claims, and look up pharmacies near you.

Child have a bad cough in the middle of the night?

Connect Care provides access to care whenever and wherever you need it. Use your smartphone, tablet, or computer to connect with a provider; most visits are $49 or less. Connect Care is not available in all service areas.

Looking to join a gym?

As a SelectHealth member, you can get discounts on health-related products including health clubs, massage therapy, and acupuncture. Staying healthy just got a little easier.

Need help managing a chronic condition?

Our care managers can talk to you about any concerns you may have about conditions such as asthma, diabetes, COPD, and heart disease. They can help coordinate access to care, help you understand your benefits, answer questions about medications, and provide tools to identify symptoms you may be experiencing. To talk to a care manager, call 800-442-5305.

Related: Now that you're enrolled, what happens next?

Need to pay your premium?

If you purchased a plan through the Marketplace, you’ll need to visit healthcare.gov or yourhealthidaho.org to make your first payment. Otherwise, you can make a payment here.

Still need help? Our friendly Member Services team can help explain your health plan—when you have questions you just can’t figure out on your own. Even more convenient, online chat is available if you’re logged in to your account.



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Sandy Patton

Sandy is a Marketing Communications Specialist and has been with SelectHealth for 15 years. Her prior roles include health education and wellness coaching.