SelectHealth Member Toolkit
We’ve got something to help you find what you need, when you need it. 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.
Want to look at your recent medical claims or print an ID card?
My Health is your one-stop shop. Create an account online to also review your benefits and look up the cost of prescription medications. Once logged in, you’ll also have other helpful tools available such as online chat and a medical cost estimator tool.
Need help finding a doctor?
SelectHealth Member Advocates can help you find the right fit, and they’ll even make an appointment for you. Contact a representative at 800-515-2220.
Have a question while you’re on the go?
Use our mobile app to 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?
- You can pick up the phone and talk to a registered nurse. This free service is available 24/7 by calling 844-501-6600 in Utah and 844-265-7648 in Idaho.
- Connect Care* provides access to care whenever and wherever you need it; most visits are $49 or less. Visit intermountainhealthcare.org/connectcare to reach a provider online.
Looking to join a gym?
Need help managing a chronic condition?
Our care managers can talk to you about concerns you may have about conditions such as asthma, diabetes, COPD, and heart disease. They can help coordinate access to care, answer questions about medications, and provide tools to identify symptoms you may be experiencing. Contact a care manager at 800-442-5305.
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. You can reach Member Services by calling 800-442-5038.
*Connect Care is not available in all service areas.
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The content presented here is for your information only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, and it should not be used to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease. Please consult your healthcare provider if you have any questions or concerns.
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