UPMC for Life Dual (HMO SNP) Plan and UPMC Community HealthChoices Plan Caring for Life Newsletter

CARING FOR LIFE • Issue Two • 2021 8 Copyright 2021 UPMC Health Plan Inc.All rights reserved. 2021_CFLISS2SNPCHC_21CHC-SNP1929704 (SHD) 6/16/21 30M CDI If you suspect fraud, you must report the matter to protect yourself and your health care benefits. To report suspected fraud, waste, and abuse, please contact the UPMC Fraud Hotline at 1-866-FRAUD-01 (1-866-372-8301). The content in this newsletter is not intended to provide specific medical advice, and members should contact their physician with questions about specific conditions and/or treatment. Not all benefits or value-added services mentioned in this newsletter will necessarily be available to all members. Members should review their specific plan information to find out which benefits apply to them. UPMC for Life has a contract with Medicare to provide HMO, HMO SNP, and PPO plans. The HMO SNP plans have a contract with the PA State Medical Assistance program. Enrollment in UPMC for Life depends on contract renewal. 1 A separate copay may apply if additional medical services are received during the same visit or if your screening becomes diagnostic in nature. The preventive care you need may vary based on your personal risks, test results, and doctor recommendations. You may have a copay for telehealth video visits. See your plan Evidence of Coverage for more information. 2 Additional copays may apply for some vaccines. For more information, call your Health Care Concierge team at the toll-free phone number on the back of your member ID card. 3 Membership includes SilverSneakers instructor- led group fitness classes. Some locations offer members additional classes. Classes vary by location. SilverSneakers is a registered trademark of Tivity Health Inc. SilverSneakers GO is a trademark of Tivity Health Inc. © 2021 Tivity Health Inc. All rights reserved. 4 What is dementia? Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. April 5, 2019. Accessed December 8, 2020. https://www.cdc.gov/aging/dementia/ index.html 5 Keep on your feet—preventing older adult falls. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. September 29, 2020. Accessed December 8, 2020. https://www.cdc.gov/injury/features/older- adult-falls/index.html 6 Gabara A. Fall prevention: How to prevent falls as you age. UPMC MyHealth Matters. No date. Accessed December 8, 2020. https://www. upmcmyhealthmatters.com/fall-prevention-how- to-prevent-falls/ 7 UPMC for Life does not install bathroom safety devices or reimburse for costs associated with the installation of bathroom safety devices. UPMC for Life is not liable for improper installation, repairs, or other modifications. Members are responsible for any and all costs associated with installation. For more healthy recipes, visit UPMC’s My Health Matters blog at upmcmyhealthmatters.com . Recipes Lemon Chicken Pasta Ingredients: 2 tsp. extra-virgin olive oil 1 cup spiralized zucchini (see tip below) 1 cup baby spinach ½ cup shredded skinless rotisserie chicken breast 1 / 8 tsp. salt 1 / 8 tsp. ground pepper ½ cup cooked whole-wheat spaghetti 2 Tbsp. grated Parmesan cheese 1 tsp. grated lemon zest 1 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice 1 Tbsp. panko breadcrumbs, toasted (see tip below) Directions: Heat oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium heat. Add zucchini; cook for 1 minute. Add spinach and chicken; cook for 1 more minute. Season with salt and pepper; remove from heat. Add cooked spaghetti, Parmesan cheese, lemon zest, and lemon juice; toss to combine. Sprinkle with toasted panko and serve. Tips: • Make your own zucchini noodles with a spiralizer; you’ll need 1 small zucchini (about 2 oz.) for 1 cup of zoodles. Or look for a package of fresh zucchini noodles in the produce department. • To toast panko breadcrumbs: Set a small skillet over medium heat. Add panko and cook, stirring often, until golden, about 2 minutes. For extra flavor, melt 1 tsp. butter in the pan before toasting the breadcrumbs. Note that you can do this step first, using the same pan you’ll use to prepare the rest of the recipe. • To make ahead: Cook pasta up to 1 day ahead and refrigerate. Yields 1 serving. Serving size: 2 cups. Nutrition per serving: 350 calories; protein, 28.6 g; carbohydrates, 26.9 g; dietary fiber, 4.2 g; sugars, 3 g; fat, 15.3 g; saturated fat, 3.8 g; cholesterol, 65.7 mg; vitamin A, 2,108.4 IU; vitamin C, 31.7 mg; folate, 44.3 mcg; calcium 187.1 mg; iron, 2.7 mg; magnesium, 90.7 mg; potassium, 516.8 mg; sodium, 712.4 mg. Chicken Hummus Bowls Ingredients: 1 pound boneless, skinless chicken thighs, trimmed and cut into 1-inch pieces 3 Tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil, divided 1 tsp. ground cumin 1 tsp. paprika ¼ tsp. cayenne pepper ¼ tsp. salt, divided 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped 2 Tbsp. lemon juice 2 cups hummus 1 English cucumber, halved lengthwise and sliced 1 pint cherry tomatoes, halved ¼ cup slivered red onion ¼ cup chopped fresh parsley Directions: 1. Position rack in upper third of oven; preheat broiler to high. Line a rimmed baking sheet with foil. 2. Toss chicken with 1 Tbsp. oil, cumin, paprika, cayenne, and 1 / 8 tsp. salt. Spread evenly on the prepared pan. Broil until just cooked through, 5-7 minutes. 3. Meanwhile, mash garlic and the remaining 1 / 8 tsp. salt into a paste with a fork. Transfer to a medium bowl and whisk in lemon juice and the remaining 2 Tbsp. oil. Add the chicken and let stand for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. 4. Divide hummus among 4 shallow bowls or plates. Top with the chicken and any remaining dressing, cucumber, tomatoes, onion and parsley. Yields 4 servings. Serving size: ½ cup each hummus, chicken, tomatoes, and cucumber. Nutrition per serving: 485 calories; protein, 31.1 g; carbohydrates, 27.3 g; dietary fiber, 9.6 g; sugars, 4.4 g; fat, 29.4 g; saturated fat, 5.2 g; cholesterol, 104.1 mg; vitamin A, 1,364 IU; vitamin C, 22.5 mg; folate, 135.5 mcg; calcium, 94.7 mg; iron, 4.9 mg; magnesium, 134.1 mg; potassium, 886.2 mg; sodium, 712.1 mg.