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Providing enhanced tobacco cessation benefits

Enhanced Tobacco Cessation Benefits

As part of our commitment to better health, HealthChoice is focusing on tobacco cessation because tobacco is responsible for so many health conditions, including cancer and lung and heart disease. We are encouraging all health plan members and covered dependents to quit tobacco now. 

HealthChoice provides members with over-the-counter (OTC) nicotine replacement therapy products (patches, gum, and lozenges) and telephone coaching.  It's free and easy to use:

  • Call 1-800-Quit-now or visit for free quit coaching and free patches, gum or lozenges. Identify yourself as a HealthChoice member or dependent when you call.  (Must be at least 18 years and older.) 
  • Exclusive benefits for HealthChoice include up to five extra Quit Coach Calls. 
  • You'll talk to a registration specialist for about 10 minutes. Then you'll be transferred to a Quit Coach. 
  • If you are not currently able to attest  to being tobacco-free, the Helpline is there to help! One of the ways you can still qualify for the High or Basic Plan is by registering Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline. 
  • The Helpline provides around-the-clock services 24/7. 
Call 1-800-QUIT NOW (800-784-8669) or visit to get started. 
HealthChoice also covers two 90-days courses of the following prescription tobacco cessation products at 100% each plan year when purchased at a HealthChoice Network Pharmacy. 
  • Buproban 150mg SA Tabs.
  • Nicotrol 10mg Cartridge. 
  • Bupropion HCL SR 150mg Tabs. 
  • Nicotrol NS 20 mg/m Nasal Spray. 
  • Chantix 0.5mg and 1mg Tabs. 
Since studies have shown that a combination of medication and counseling is by far the most effective way to successful quit tobacco, HealthChoice members are encouraged to take advantage of the coaching and support provided by the Quit Coaches. 
Below are some links that may help you get started on quitting tobacco. 

Complete your Tobacco-Free Attestation

It's time to attest that you're tobacco free

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