Offering a quit-smoking program that actively engages health plan members is more important than ever before
As more studies emerge, it’s become clear that smoking is associated with a negative progression and adverse outcomes for COVID-19, and that e-cigarette use is a risk factor as well. With COVID-19 continuing to surge, the time to act and provide support that can positively reduce tobacco use rates is now.
However, for health plan members looking to quit tobacco, high stress levels surrounding the impact of COVID-19 means it’s no longer quitting as usual.
Download our tip sheet for health plans to learn:
- The role of online communities and live chat coaching in helping people quit tobacco and stay nicotine free during times of high stress and anxiety
- How quitting tobacco can positively affect stress levels
- Proven, easily accessible options available to help members quit