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Staying healthy is important! That’s why Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Montana is working with select local pharmacies to provide in-store diabetes and asthma/COPD classes to our members at no cost. The classes are led by a pharmacist and dietitian.
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“When you have diabetes, shopping for groceries can be a challenge,” said Jay Gandhi, VP, Enterprise Pharmacy Government Programs. “Our Living365 program helps members by using their local grocery store and pharmacy as a live classroom. The program is designed to help members in the most positive and real-world setting. Albertsons and Safeway play an important role in helping members, including coordination of medications, medication reviews and patient education among other services.”
Register for the asthma/COPD classes to:
The classes are part of our Living365® initiative and we expect them to fill up quickly, so don’t wait! Click here to find out if there's a class near you.
Last Updated: 4/2/2019
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