If you’re expecting, your goal is to have a safe delivery and a healthy baby. Healthy and informed moms increase their chances of having healthier babies. Future Moms is a voluntary program designed for women who are pregnant and want additional advice following their doctor’s care plan.
A registered nurse—experienced in prenatal and postnatal care—will be your health coach through pregnancy and after delivery. Your health coach will call to check on you, give you information specific to your stage of pregnancy, and answer questions about any health concerns you have. You’ll also have 24/7 access to a registered nurse, so whenever you have a question, someone is available to help. Plus, additional support is available from pharmacists, nutritionists and mental health professionals.
And the care doesn’t stop when your baby is born. Your health coach will continue to work with you after childbirth to help you get a strong start and manage any issues.
Sign up for Future Moms, and you’ll get:
- 24/7 access to talk with a nurse coach about your pregnancy, newborn care and much more. Each future mom (and dad) has round-the-clock access to a nurse coach during pregnancy.
- A maternity care diary packed with tips for a healthy pregnancy. There’s also space to track your doctor’s appointments and changes in your body and feelings during your pregnancy.
- A book that shows changes you can expect for yourself and your baby during the next nine months.
- Access to dietitians, pharmacists and social workers, as needed.
To sign up, call the number on the back of your Anthem ID card and ask to speak to a Future Moms representative. Or call Anthem Health Guide, toll-free, at (844) 437-0486, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Pacific). You can sign up as soon as you find out you’re pregnant.