We understand some members have special or complex medical needs. Sunshine Health offers our members care management services to help with special healthcare needs. If you have special needs or a disability, care management may be able to help you. Our care managers are registered nurses or social workers. They can help you understand major health problems. They can also arrange care with your doctors. A care manager will work with you and your doctor to help you get the care you need. Care managers can talk to your doctors, help with scheduling appointments and coordinate your care.
This service is for members who may need more help taking care of their health. These members often have several medical conditions, see several doctors, have a new diagnosis that they need help to manage, or need help arranging many services the doctor has ordered. Our care managers can help members understand their health problems and work with their doctors to help get the care they need. If you think that care management may be able to help you, call Member Services at 1-866-796-0530 for more information. You can ask to speak to a care manager.
Sunshine Health’s care managers also can connect members to services and resources available from community agencies. They help identify available resources and refer members to those agencies for help. This can include resources like food banks, WIC or housing support. Some of our care managers do home assessments to identify health risks or safety issues in a member’s home related to issues like fall prevention. Care managers also educate members and their families on the value of an Advance Directive, how to obtain one and with whom they may consider sharing their Advance Directive.
Pediatric Therapy Private Duty Nursing (PDN)
Sunshine Health would like to know if your child’s Private Duty Nursing (PDN) service will not occur. Please let us know as soon as possible. Learn more about real-time reporting (PDF).
Frequently Asked Questions
The care management team includes nurses and social workers. They can help you learn how to take care of yourself. They can also help you get services. They will work with your doctor.
Care management is for people with long-term or complicated illnesses. It can help you stay healthy if you have a chronic condition such as cancer, high blood pressure or diabetes.
Care management is not required. If you are interested you or your doctor may ask for care management. Call 1-866-796-0530.