Missouri State University has a self-funded Health Coverage Plan. This means the university provides health coverage to employees using university funds. The university pays for between 64% to 92% of health care premiums depending on the insurance option selected. Each year, MSU and Med-Pay compare the total amount in claims against the total paid in premiums from … [Read more...] about 2024 Health Plan and Prescription Premium Rates
Fully Digital Care Delivery Patients answer a few Simple questions digitally, get a care plan, and, if needed, have a prescription sent to the pharmacy of their choice (including Magers pharmacy!) Patients must have an established Mercy PCP Available 24/7 via a computer, tablet, or mobile device No wait times or appointments required for initial online evaluation … [Read more...] about Mercy Express Care
Gynecologic cancers encompass all cancers of the female reproductive system, including the cervix, ovaries, uterus, vagina, and vulva. According to the National Cancer Institute, in 2023 more than 106,000 women in the United States are expected to be diagnosed with a gynecological cancer, and more than 32,000 will die from one. Each gynecological cancer has different signs … [Read more...] about September: Gynecological Cancer Awareness Month
Employees with MSU Med-pay insurance have options. As a self-funded PPO plan, covered members may choose to seek treatment with any provider. However, benefit levels vary based on provider participation. Magers Health and Wellness Center is the medical home for the Missouri State community and offers the highest benefit level under the plan. Mercy is the network for PPO … [Read more...] about Primary Care, Urgent Care or Emergency Room?
Hypertension is high blood pressure. Hypertension is sometimes called the ‘silent killer’ because it produces no symptoms and could go unnoticed and untreated for years. Hypertension is a public health epidemic. Approximately 4 in 10 adults over age 25 have hypertension and in many countries another 1 in 5 have pre-hypertension. An estimated 9/10 adults living to 80 … [Read more...] about World Hypertension Day: May 17th