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Wellness Program

For Medica AccessAbility Solution® Enhanced Members

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Mental Health App

Self Care by AbleTo mobile app for on-demand help with stress, anxiety and depression that uses clinically validated techniques such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). The app provides coping tools, daily mood tracking, guided journeys and weekly progress check-ins to stay engaged and manage symptoms.
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Nurse Line

You have access to a registered nurse 24/7 by phone. Get guidance on appropriate treatment options and support for non-urgent illnesses. Nurses can also provide simple, self-care tips for non-urgent concerns.

This service is available from NurseLine™ by HealthAdvocate℠ at no cost to you.

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Personal Health Advocacy

Your Personal Health Advocate helps you navigate the health care system. They'll address your health concerns, connect you with providers and get you answers. Available 24/7 from HealthAdvocate at no cost to you.


One Pass Fitness Program

Your health plan offers a no-cost, complete fitness solution for you body and mind.

With One pass you get:

  • Access to a huge nationwide network of gyms
  • Access to thousands of on-demand fitness videos and livestreaming fitness content
  • Access to Brain HQ for personalized brain training
  • Access to live and virtual social events and clubs to support your social wellbeing
  • No-cost unlimited public transportation where available to One Pass gym locations. Where public transportation is not available get up to three (3) round trips per week with a volunteer driver or taxi to One Pass gym locations.

Steps to get started:

  1. Create a One Pass account online or by phone using your name, birthdate, and Medica member indentification (ID) Number (found on your Medica member ID card).
  2. Save the One Pass member code assigned to your account. You'll use your code to unlock all One Pass features, including unlimited use of any One Pass fitness facility. Just show your code on your first visit to each location.
  3. Explore the One Pass program online or by calling One Pass Support.

Visit One Pass

1-877-504-6830 (TTY: 711), this call is free

8 a.m.-9 p.m. CT, Monday-Friday


Activity Tracker

Your Reemo™ smartwatch helps you track your steps and heart rate. You can view and download your health data on your secure dashboard. You can give family or a caregiver access to your data too. 

Call Reemo to request your activity tracker at 1-877-697-3366 (toll-free) (TTY: 711)  9 a.m. - 5 p.m. CT, Monday - Friday

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FOODRx Program*

Eligible members with certain chronic conditions can receive:

  • Medically tailored, culturally relevant staple foods
  • Nutrition education
  • Coaching sessions
  • Community referrals to food resources

If you have a chronic condition, please talk to your Care Coordinator to see if you qualify.

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Grocery Savings

Our Healthy Savings program helps you and your family eat nutritiously and save money on your grocery bill each month by selecting qualified foods.

These discounts are available at no cost to you.


Preventive Care

One of the easiest ways to avoid illness and stay healthy is preventive care. Make sure all members of your family get the right screenings, preventive services and immunizations.

Check out this online tool to learn which routine or preventive services are suggested for you.

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Pregnancy Support

Ovia Health™ Apps
Ovia has three apps to support women who are pregnant or considering becoming pregnant:

  • Ovia
  • Ovia Pregnancy
  • Ovia Parenting

These apps include trackers and calendars, daily updates and wellness tips, articles, checklists, feedback, and one-to-one coaching.


Medica's Pregnancy Program
Get personal support, guidance and information from a registered nurse throughout your pregnancy from a registered nurse. We also offer online resources, recommended services and tips via text message. Our goal is for you and your baby to achieve optimal health throughout pregnancy and during the first six weeks after delivery.

These pregnancy resources cost you nothing extra.

For more information, call 1-866-905-7430, option 3.

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Case management

If you have a serious or chronic health condition, our Case Managers will work with you to help you understand your condition, manage your medications, develop and support your personal care plan, and follow up on your progress.

To find out more, call 1-866-905-7430 (TTY: 711)
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Chronic condition management

Get support managing chronic conditions such as asthma, diabetes, and/or high blood pressure. A registered nurse will review your chronic condition(s), help you create personalized health goals, and give you ongoing support in reaching your goals.

To find out more, call 1-866-905-7430 (TTY: 711).

Quitting Tobacco

If you are ready to quit tobacco, we offer personal support from a specially-trained health coach at no cost to you.

Choose the support you need, including:

  • Coaching over the phone
  • Nicotine replacement therapy (patch, gum or lozenge)

*The benefits mentioned are a part of special supplemental program for the chronically ill. Not all members qualify.

Medica AccessAbility Solution Enhanced is a health plan that contracts with both Medicare and the Minnesota Medical Assistance (Medicaid) program to provide benefits of both programs to enrollees. Enrollment in Medica AccessAbility Solution Enhanced depends on contract renewal.

American Indians can continue to use tribal and Indian Health Services (IHS) clinics. We will not require prior approval or impose any conditions for you to get services at these clinics. For elders age 65 years and older this includes Elderly Waiver (EW) services accessed through the tribe. If a doctor or other provider in a tribal or IHS clinic refers you to a provider in our network, we will not require you to see your primary care provider prior to the referral.

Last Updated: December 2022