At CBHS we help you manage your health challenges. We believe in offering you the services, support and tools you need to live your best life.
Our Better Living Programs are available to support eligible members towards a healthier lifestyle. Each Better Living Program is subject to its own eligibility criteria.
Contact us for more information and to confirm your eligibility for a program.
5One Australian develops type 2 diabetes every 5 minutes.
11%Diabetes contributed in 11% of all deaths in 2017.
17One in 17 Australians have diabetes.
The number of hospitalisations associated with diabetes each year.
Source: Diabetes Australia and AIHW
Diabetes programs and support
Free support to live better
The CBHS Corporate Better Living programs are there to provide you additional support in managing your type 2 diabetes. Better Living for diabetes can help you to understand nutrition and adjust your diet, manage your blood glucose levels and develop an exercise regime. There’s also a program to help those at risk of type 2 diabetes from developing it. Read more about the Better Living programs.
Cover for diabetes equipment and healthcare
While some diabetes supplies are funded through the NDSS, certain CBHS Corporate Hospital and Extras covers include cover for blood glucose supplies and insulin pumps. You can also use your Extras cover to visit providers who are important to diabetes health, including podiatrists, optometrists and psychologists.
Check your policy for details or view CBHS Corporate Package and Extras cover.
Regular health checks
With CBHS Corporate Extras or package cover, you’re eligible for generous benefits on health checks and health management services. These are part of our promise to deliver great value while helping you achieve wellbeing and fitness. Health checks include breast exams, bone density tests, skin cancer screening, bowel cancer screening and eye screenings. Check your policy for details or view CBHS Corporate Package or Extras cover.
All information contained in this article is intended for general information purposes only. The information provided should not be relied upon as medical advice and does not supersede or replace a consultation with a suitably qualified health care professional.