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myWellmark - Health & Wellness Information in One Place

With myWellmark, all your health and wellness information is in one place. Our secure member website lets you quickly check claims, review benefits, and track your expenses. You'll also learn more about your health and find tools to help you reach your health goals.

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Use myWellmark to manage your health, your health plan and your health care costs—all in one place.

Has your claim been paid? Do you owe any towards your deductible? How much? Log in 24/7 to see.

Coverage for certain services and procedures can vary by plan. Some treatments (like chiropractor visits) are limited to a certain number during a benefit period. Log in and find out what's covered.

With our "Ask and Track a Question" tool, you can ask about specific claims, include personal health information, and mention prescriptions, all in a safe and secure environment.

When a provider submits a claim and we process it, we mail you a statement called an Explanation of Benefits (EOB). It shows how your benefits were applied. Sign up to receive it electronically, and we'll email your EOB instead. Nearly 40,000 Wellmark members receive their EOBs online.

If you have Wellmark drug coverage, you can find out how much you'll pay for your prescription before you fill it. And if you're taking a brand-name drug, you can see if there are money-saving generic options.

As a Wellmark member, you have access to discounts and services through Blue365, a wellness program designed by the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association. Jenny Craig, Anytime Fitness, Reebok, Westin hotels, LasikPlus, and dozens more discounts are available to you.

Run reports on your total health care costs and see how much you've spent out-of-pocket. Use the information for tax purposes, or to plan contributions to a flexible spending or health savings account. You can also see how close you are to meeting your deductible or out-of-pocket maximum.