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UT SELECT Medical now provides 100% coverage for Preventive Screenings

Free Preventive Care and Services – The UT SELECT Medical has always offered robust preventive care benefits including 100% preventive colonoscopy and no cost immunizations for children under 6 years of age. Now, with the implementation of health care reform, certain additional preventive care and services will be available to you with no copayment or coinsurance as long as you see a network provider and meet certain screening eligibility requirements. Learn more and make your preventive care screening appointment today.

Gym Membership Discount

The Gym Membership Discount program is available to all UT SELECT Members.

  1. Go to http://bcbstx.com/ut
  2. Log into Blue Access for Members
  3. On the right side navigation bar, under "Quick Links", click on "Fitness Program
  4. Once re-directed to the site, search for participating locations near you by entering your zip code and desired search distance below. Take the next step to becoming the fitter, healthier person you want to be by enrolling in the Fitness Program today.
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June 2012> Special Annual Enrollment Edition for UT System Retirees


Annual Enrollment Overview and Timeline

Annual Enrollment Period: July 15 – July 31, 2012

The June 2012 “A Matter of Health” newsletter is a special Annual Enrollment (AE) edition providing details on the available insurance plan options and enrollment processes for UT retirees and their qualified dependents.

Wellness Wise

Quit Smoking/Tobacco Today! We Can Help.

Did you know a free Smoking/Tobacco Cessation Program is available to all UT SELECT members? The University of Texas System is committed to helping smokers quit by offering our UT SELECT medical covered members with Free Smoking/Tobacco Cessation Programs, Pharmaceutical Therapy and Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT). Learn more »

Healthy Recipes of the Month

A favorite summer veggie recipe.
Shared by: Charlotte A. Burrell, UT MD Anderson Pasta. Image for May 2012 Newsletter

With summer here and all these beautiful fresh vegetables available, I get excited about making fresh veggie dishes.  I am sure that, by now, you have heard of “Calabasitas”, which means “little squashes”—a Mexican dish using squash, fresh corn, and ripe tomatoes.  It was a favorite of mine growing up and I have served it with great success to “squash haters”, if you can believe that.  Here is my version below.  I hope you enjoy it as much as I have.  I recommend that you do not take any shortcuts but make it the traditional way—it tastes just so much better! Learn how to prepare this delicious and healthy recipe »