Manitoba Blue Cross is excited to introduce our newly designed public website. The improved site is easier to navigate, more user-friendly, has a mobile responsive design and features a new suite of resources.
“As a leading benefits provider in Manitoba, the health and wellness of all Manitobans is our top priority. After many months of hard work and collaboration, we are delighted to provide our members and the public with this new contemporary site that offers valuable avenues of support,” says Brenda Slikker, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. “We’re excited to launch a new wellness library and blog to support Manitobans' well-being. It’s also easier than ever to find the right plan for you, your family or your business, and navigate all the benefits that come with those plans. Plus, more customer service information offers added convenience.”
The wellness library has a wide selection of evergreen content written by Manitoba Blue Cross specialists to support Manitobans well-being. It features articles on a variety of topics, including mental health, addiction, finances, nutrition, self-improvement and relationships. This content can aid readers who may be struggling or need a helping hand from time-to-time.
The blog will have fresh, timely articles about health and wellness and everything in between with a Manitoba focus. Its aim is to help all Manitobans find local ways to live well.
“The website refresh will be ongoing as we add more information and resources to ensure it continues to meet the needs and wants of our current and future members, and all Manitobans,” says Slikker. “We would like to thank our dedicated staff at Manitoba Blue Cross, as well as our web partner, Finsweet, for putting their time and energy into creating this fresh site.”
Plans are also in the works to refresh our mybluecross® online accounts to offer an experience that aligns with the new public site. Stay tuned for those enhancements.
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