BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina offers onsite health education seminars using Doctors Care professionals. Presenters include physicians, nurses, health educators and nutritionists. As an employer who participates in the State Health Plan, we encourage you to use your annual Employer Group Report to select topics that impact your members most.
These engaging presentations take 45 minutes and will end with 15 minutes of questions and answers. It’s recommended to have 25-35 participants per session. And, Doctors Care can accommodate multiple sessions per day. For greatest impact and “teachable moments,” we recommend offering these sessions to participants immediately before or after their preventive screening.
Schedule a session
To book a session, call 888.845.6887 or email email@example.com. Please book your onsite seminar at least four weeks in advance.
Keep your heart in "tick tock" shape!Healthy heart/cardiovascularLearn moreThe presenter will review what a healthy heart diet is and how to maintain a balanced, heart healthy diet. Participants will have a basic understanding of how to read a food label. They’ll also learn the differences between good fat and cholesterol and bad fat and cholesterol. The presenter will discuss recommended exercise routines to decrease heart disease risks. This topic is ideal for a group whose aggregate wellness data shows an increased risk of cardiovascular disease across their employee population.Food to fuel a healthy lifeNutritionLearn moreA nutritionist or registered dietician will present this topic. He will discuss healthy diets, food groups and portion sizes for each food group per meal. Following this presentation, participants will have a basic understanding of how to read a food label. They’ll also learn how to create and maintain a healthy diet for their specific lifestyle.Living well with diabetesDiabetes managementLearn moreThis presentation will educate participants on diabetes and the different types of diabetes, including Type I and Type II. Following this presentation, participants will have a basic understanding of the different types of diabetes, the risk factors for each and how to decrease their risk of diabetes. The presenter will also review ways to manage the condition for those who have diabetes.Tip the scales in your favorWeight managementLearn moreThis presentation will cover the current U.S. obesity statistics. We will look at race and gender statistics to make participants aware of the current obesity epidemic. The presenter will educate employees on the health implications of being overweight. He will also talk about risk factors that contribute to excess body weight, including physiological factors. Participants will learn healthy ways to lose weight through diet and nutrition, and how to build a healthy lifestyle and maintain a healthy weight.Unstress for successStress managementLearn moreParticipants will learn the symptoms of stress, how to recognize stress and how to react to stressful situations. They will also learn how to determine different levels of stress and coping mechanisms for alleviating stress at home and work.Busy woman, balanced lifeWomen’s healthLearn moreThis presentation will cover an overview of women’s health. Topics include current U.S. statistics on the health of women, such as the leading causes of death and risk factors; how to reduce risk factors; and steps to maintaining a healthy, balanced lifestyle. The presenter will also review recommended screenings and checkups for women according to age and risk factors.Man up and maintain your healthMen’s healthLearn moreThis presentation will cover an overview of men’s health. Topics include current U.S. statistics on the health of men, such as leading causes of death and risk factors, how to reduce risk factors and steps to maintaining a healthy, balanced lifestyle. The presenter will also review recommended screenings and checkups for men according to age and risk factors.You snooze or you lose!Sleep disordersLearn moreThis presentation will educate participants on what a sleep disorder is and the most common sleep disorders. The presenter will also review factors that increase the risk of a sleep disorder, as well as treatment options and coping mechanisms. Following this presentation, the participants will be able to recognize a sleep disorder and understand their different treatment options.Snuff out tobaccoTobacco cessationLearn moreThis presentation will review the history of tobacco and the current statistics across the U.S. for tobacco use. We will review the effects of tobacco use and the risk factors that contribute to tobacco use. The presenter will also review treatment options, including behavioral management, pharmacotherapies and counseling for those unwilling to quit. State Health Plan members, covered spouses and dependent children age 13 or older can enroll in the Quit For Life® program at no cost. The benefit also includes a $0 copay for tobacco cessation drugs to eligible participants.Know your health assessment numbersKnow your numbersLearn moreCholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar and body mass index numbers are key indicators of risk for serious illness. Employees who know these numbers can make changes to improve their health and reduce risk of developing serious illnesses. This presentation will review each of these metrics so that participants understand the metrics the target range for each metric. This presentation is ideal to schedule following a preventive worksite screening event.Make your move!FitnessLearn moreA certified exercise physiologist will present this session. The presentation can be strictly educational or can include fitness instruction to engage participants. The presenter will review basic exercises that participants of any age and fitness level can participate into encourage and maintain a healthy lifestyle.Watch your backBack healthLearn moreThis presentation will show proper lifting techniques, as well as strength and stretching exercises to boost overall back strength. The program will benefit an office worker, as well as an individual who works outside. A physical therapist will present and employers can request content based on its employee population.