My Health Toolkit

Access your digital ID card, check claims status, view plan details and check your benefits.

Member Resources

As a Blue Option member, you enjoy certain exclusive services, such as greater access to care, added convenience and helpful savings.

Your member guide helps you understand how your Blue Option plan works and includes information on:

  • Selecting a doctor.
  • Adult vision, pediatric vision and dental benefits.
  • Payment and billing.
  • What we pay for.
  • Emergency care and what to do if you need care away from home.
  • Your discounts and added values.

Online Tools & Helpful Resources

Learn more about your benefits and get more from your Blue Option plan.

We want to make sure you have the most current information about your policy. Get important information delivered right to your phone when you sign up for our text messages.

MESSAGES INCLUDE:
  • Keys to using your coverage

  • Health and wellness reminders

  • Ways you can save

... and more!

To get started, call 844-206-0622. You'll need to have your member ID card ready.

Just how easy is it? Watch this quick video:

The FOCUSfwd Wellness Incentive Program is designed to help you lead a healthier lifestyle.

Complete our FOCUS Points, GET FIT and Nutrition programs and receive $80 in rewards. Plus, increase your chances of winning one of the $1,000 quarterly and $5,000 annual cash rewards in our Sweepstakes!

Everyone needs some advice from time to time.

That's why My Life Consult offers you and those in your household a total of three free life management sessions to help you tackle some of life's most challenging decisions.

Services Include:
  • Financial counseling and planning.

  • Adult care services.

  • College consultation resources.

  • Legal consultations and documents.

  • Child care resources.

  • Parenting or adoption services.

My Life Consult services are offered through First Sun Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Because First Sun EAP is a separate company from BlueChoice HealthPlan, First Sun EAP is solely responsible for all services related to individual assistance programs.

Access your Blue Option 2022 Member Policy. Our Member Policy gives you answers regarding:

  • When your coverage begins and ends.

  • Covered services.

  • Services and supplies we don't cover.

  • General contract provisions.

... and more!

Your favorite features from the website are now available in a mobile app. With the My Health Toolkit app, you can: 

  • View and share your digital ID card.

  • Check the status of your claims.

  • Confirm your coverage for services.

  • Find a doctor or hospital in your network.

  • Manage your medical spending accounts.

... and more!

Just grab your mobile device and search for “My Health Toolkit” in the App Store or Google Play.

Once downloaded, you can log in with your existing username and password. If you need help with the app, we've got you covered there, as well.

When an email contains sensitive information, we will send it via a secure method. That means you will need to create a password to open it.

It's a straightforward process, but we have provided detailed instructions on how to access these secure emails in the event you need some assistance.

Our Outline of Coverage gives you answers on: 

  • Benefits.

  • BlueCard. 

  • Inpatient and outpatient services.

... and more!

Your Blue Option 2022 Outline of Coverage

We offer an easy-to-understand summary of a health plan’s benefits and coverage, referred to as a Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC). An SBC includes plan details, called “coverage examples,” that let you see what the plan covers for certain health conditions or medical situations.

SBC 2022

How To Pay Your Bill

Need to pay your bill? We offer several convenient ways to do just that.

Online

To pay using a Visa, Discover or MasterCard credit card, please visit us online at www.quickbillsc.com.

By Phone

If you would like to pay by phone, please call us at:

You will need routing and account numbers from your checking account.

Through the Mail

You can also mail your payment to this address:

Attn: LockBox
BlueChoice HealthPlan
P.O. Box 100216
Columbia, S.C. 29202-3216.

In Person

Visit one of our South Carolina BLUESM Retail Centers to pay in person.

Columbia:
1260 Bower Parkway, Suite A4
Columbia, SC 29212

Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Saturdays by appointment only
803-264-9000 (Phone)

Greenville:
Magnolia Park Mall
1025 Woodruff Road, Suite A105
Greenville, SC 29607

Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Saturdays by appointment only
864-286-2285 (Phone)

Mount Pleasant:
1795 Highway 17 North, Unit 7
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Saturdays by appointment only
843-216-7760 or 855-492-2583 (Phone)

Please note that you have an age-rated policy. This affects anyone on your policy age 15 or older. It means there will be an age-related rate change every year for those members. If you or a member on your policy is age 15 or older in 2022, you will see your rate change starting Jan. 1, 2023, and every January thereafter.

Keys To Using Your Coverage

The best way to get information about your benefits

We are always happy to answer your questions about benefits or anything else. You have a lot of information at your fingertips.

Send us an email through our secure My Health Toolkit. If you are using it for the first time, you will need to create a profile — it just takes a few minutes. Read your Schedule of Benefits. We send you this when you first become a member, and whenever your benefits change. You can also view your benefits in My Health Toolkit. View your Member Guide.

You can also call us at the number on the back of your ID card to request we mail you a copy of your Schedule of Benefits or Member Guide.

What to do if you need care after hours

If you select a primary care physician (PCP), he or she has an agreement with us to provide 24-hour call coverage. This means no matter when you call your PCP, someone will answer the phone and advise you of the proper action to take based on your condition.

If an emergency arises, try to phone your PCP first. If he or she is unavailable, you can go directly to the nearest Doctors Care or other urgent care provider. However, if your condition is life- or limb-threatening, you should go directly to the nearest emergency room. As soon as possible, let your PCP know about any emergency care you have received.

Phone ahead for appointments and cancel at least 24 hours in advance

This helps you receive your medical care on a more timely basis. When you call first, your doctor's staff will arrange for the most appropriate care — either an appointment or advice for an ailment.

If you must cancel any appointments, please let your doctor's office know as soon as possible. Some physicians may charge for missed appointments and BlueChoice® HealthPlan does not cover those charges.

Make the most of your appointment

Be prepared to ask your doctor questions and provide as much background about your health as you possibly can. On your first visit, bring all the medicines you currently take. Your doctor will need this information to assess your medical condition and monitor possible drug interactions.

Here's a helpful checklist to make sure you're keeping up with you and your child's health. 

Always bring your ID card with you

Whenever you seek medical care, be sure to identify yourself as a BlueChoice® HealthPlan member. When you arrive for your appointment, present your member ID card to the office staff.

Now you can access your digital ID card anytime, anywhere from your computer or mobile device. Your digital ID card is identical to your physical card. It contains your member ID number and other coverage details that are unique to you. Unlike your physical card, you don’t have to worry about losing it or ordering duplicate copies for your family.

To access your card, simply log into your My Health Toolkit account. 

Help yourself stay healthy

Take advantage of our Great Expectations® for health programs. We can help you stop smoking, control your diabetes or decrease your risk for heart disease. You'll learn to breathe easier with our asthma management program.

Expectant moms count on our maternity program to provide information and support, which can help them deliver healthy babies. We even have a special program for women only. For more information, call our Health Management department at 855-838-5897.

Choose a primary care physician

We strongly recommend you choose a primary care physician (PCP). This is a doctor who specializes in family medicine, internal medicine or pediatrics (for children and adolescents).

These doctors are trained to diagnose and treat many illnesses and manage chronic conditions, such as diabetes, high blood pressure and asthma. PCPs also provide preventive care, routine screenings and immunizations.

Should you ever need a specialist or other type of doctor, your PCP can recommend one in your Blue Option network and coordinate your care with him or her. Always seek care from your PCP first, unless it's an emergency.

Practice prevention

Nothing beats planning ahead when it comes to your health. Regular exams are one of our most attractive benefits, so make sure you practice preventive care.

Where you go for care matters

We care about you and want to help you take charge of your health. Avoid needless worry, out-of-pocket costs and hours sitting in the emergency room (ER) by knowing how to navigate through the health care system and being familiar with other options for your care.

Primary Care Physician

Your primary care physician (PCP) should be your first choice for health care. Don't have a PCP? Find one here, or give us a call at 855-838-5897. We can help you find a doctor that fits your needs.

See your PCP for common medical issues:
  • Illnesses such as colds, flu, earaches and sore throats

  • Minor injuries such as sprains, strains and back pain

  • Routine physical exams, vaccinations and screenings

  • A health problem for which you need advice

The ER is not a substitute for a PCP visit. Going to the ER for something that is not a true emergency could result in long wait times and may result in your claim not being paid. The good news is that you have options! And if you're ever in doubt, err on the side of caution and seek immediate care. 

When Should I Go to the ER?

  • Sudden or unexplained loss of consciousness

  • Signs of a stroke

  • Poisoning

  • Signs of heart attack

  • Severe shortness of breath

  • Medication or drug overdose, alcohol poisoning 

Network Urgent Care Clinics

Urgent care centers provide another option when you need care and your regular doctor is not available. Urgent care centers provide attention for medical problems that need seeing to right away but are not life-threatening, or for problems that could get worse if you wait. 

An urgent care visit usually takes less time than a hospital emergency room and costs you much less. 

For more information about making the most of your benefits and navigating the complex health care system, contact our team: 

855-838-5897

Monday – Thursday, 8:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. EST

Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. EST

All About Deductibles

Learn about deductibles, including how they can affect monthly premiums, in our short video.

Learn About Coinsurance

Understand the lingo and find out the purpose of coinsurance in this short video.

What's an Explanation of Benefits?

Watch this animated video to learn what an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) is and what it means for your health insurance coverage.

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With You Wherever You Go

Your favorite features from the website are now available in a mobile app. With the My Health Toolkit® app, you can:

  • View and share your digital ID card.

  • Check the status of your claims.

  • Confirm your coverage for services.

  • Find a doctor or hospital in your network.

And more!