Finding time to visit the doctor can be difficult. Sometimes, all you need is a little reassurance to put your mind at ease. Skip the wait at your doctor's office or urgent care and talk to a real medical professional anytime, anywhere. Our network of board-certified doctors can diagnose, make recommendations, and can often prescribe right over phone. Best of all, there’s no co-pay.
Included in your PHMP is a Behavioral Health Benefit. Whether you need help with a specific issue or just want to talk through your concerns with someone, our team of board-certified therapists, PhDs, and physicians are here for you online or over the phone.
PHMP Health Coaches are trained professionals who know how to design a program specifically for you. Tailored training, prevention, and dietary programs are customized to address your needs and goals.
PHMP Health Coaches are also trained to identify chronic conditions through medical benefit claims, the Health Risk Assessment, Biometric Screening data, and other pertinent health information to ensure all health advice is accurate and precise.
PHMP has an extensive knowledgebase filled with health articles on a variety of topics. New health articles are added to the PHMP's Online Knowledgebase on a weekly basis and are delivered to members via text and email, ensuring that all PHMP members are kept up to date on the latest healthcare news.
PHMP-certified nutritionists are experts in food and nutrition, providing individualized dietary plans to promote healthier lifestyles or achieve specific health-related goals.
The PHMP contains a Health Risk Assessment (HRA) to determine which aspects of an employee’s well-being require attention. The PHMP uses the collected data to customize a program to each individual's needs.
Biometric Screening may identify risk factors for illnesses such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease years before full onset. PHMP Health Coaches analyze screening data to provide and monitor adaptive strategies and solutions.
DNA screening provides information pertaining to diet, nutrition and exercise; data generated from testing genetic markers in a number of genes can be used to understand how to modify lifestyle and behaviors for optimum wellness.
A bone marrow test is used to examine the fluid and tissue in your bone marrow. According to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, the test helps determine whether cancer or another disease is affecting blood cells or marrow.
A stress test allows doctors to analyze the level of physical activity you’re capable of achieving. The test is normally conducted using a treadmill or bicycle.
Cancer Antigen 15-3, or CA 15-3, is a test used to monitor breast cancer treatment and also breast cancer recurrence.
CEA is a blood test used to help diagnose and manage certain types of cancers.
A chest x-ray can evaluate your lungs, heart, and chest wall. X-rays are normally used to diagnose and monitor various lung conditions, such as pneumonia, emphysema, and cancer.
Prostate-specific antigen, or PSA, is a protein produced by prostate gland cells. The PSA test measures the level of PSA in men's blood.
A Serum Protein Electrophoresis test, or SPEP, measures specific proteins in the blood to help diagnose diseases. The Proactive Health Management Plan uses the SPEP test to diagnose your risk of myeloma, a cancer of the plasma cells.
Breast ultrasounds use sound waves to create computer images of the inside of the breast to determine if a lump is solid or filled with fluid. If you are at high risk for breast cancer, are pregnant, or have increased breast density, breast ultrasounds are a powerful and important diagnostic tool.
Thermography detects and records temperature changes on the surface of the skin. Thermography is also used to screen for breast cancer using an infrared thermal camera to take photos of areas exhibiting divergent temperatures.