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Client Services for Medicaid/Health Choice

 

How to Apply

These services are for County residents who are already enrolled in Medicaid/Health Choice.  No further application is necessary for care coordination services.   Call 240-777-1635 or dial 311 for more information.

Documents To Bring

None

Eligibility Requirements

Enrollment in Medicaid/Health Choice    

Fees and Payments

None

FAQ's

1.  What is the Administrative Care Coordination Unit and what is the Dedicated Care Coordination Team?

These programs, staffed with nurses and other trained and helpful staff, provide information, assistance, consultation and care coordination for individuals with Medicaid/HealthChoice. They also provide information for health care providers and community agencies.

2. How do I access the care coordination and assistance services?

3. What services do the County care coordination units provide?

If you have Medicaid/HealthChoice, the care coordination unit can:

4.  What is the role of the Medicaid/HealthChoice Ombudsman?

The HealthChoice Ombudsman responds to State requests and referrals to investigate disputes between Medicaid/HealthChoice enrollees and their Managed Care Organizations (MCOs).

5. What types of complaints does the Medicaid/HealthChoice Ombudsman handle?

The Ombudsman handles complex issues at the request of the State that come through the HealthChoice Enrollee Action Line.  This may include transportation problems, denial of certain health services, access to care problems or issues related to people with special needs.

 6. How do I use the free HealthChoice Enrollee Action Line?

If you have a problem or complaint about your Medical Assistance services or your Managed Care Organization (MCO), or if need assistance using the program call 1-800-284-4510 .  The HealthChoice Enrollee Action line will:

 

 Additional Information

No Additional Information at this time

 

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