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1 OHIO UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Member Handbook Aged, Blind or Disabled Program, Covered Families and Children Program (Healthy Families and Healthy Start) (TTY: 711) /14

2 Important Telephone Numbers Member Services (7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday) Hard-of-hearing /7 Nurse Line SM (available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week) TTY Healthy First Steps (for mothers-to-be) Care Management Fraud and Abuse Hotline UnitedHealthcare Department of Insurance Pharmacy Questions Medicaid Consumer Hotline TTY Website Your Health Providers Name: Phone: Name: Phone: Name: Phone: Name: Phone: Emergency Room: Phone: Pharmacy: Phone: NurseLine SM is a service mark of UnitedHealth Group, Inc. Health plan coverage provided by UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of, Inc., a licensed HIC in the state of 2 UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Member Handbook

3 Table of Contents Welcome....5 Member Services....5 Language Help....6 Department of Medicaid Eligibility Review....6 How to Use Your Health Plan....7 ID Cards....7 Always Keep Your ID Card(s) With You...7 UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Providers....8 Your Primary Care Provider (PCP)....8 What Is a Medical Home....8 How Do I Find a Provider....9 Choosing a PCP....9 Getting Care Get to Know Your PCP Making an Appointment How Long Should It Take to Get a PCP Appointment? Changing Your PCP Seeing Another Doctor or Specialist Out-of-Network Providers Second Opinions Medical Advances After Hours Care/Care When Traveling.. 12 NurseLine SM Services Urgent Care Emergency Services Prior Authorization...14 Hospital Care Informed Consent Available Services Dental Services Vision Services Transportation Members Matter Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Durable Medical Equipment, Home Health Services Medically Necessary Services Self-Referred Services Women, Infants and Children Program (WIC) Your Health Plan Benefits Getting Prescriptions UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Programs and Services...27 Quality Improvement Disease and Care Management

4 Table of Contents (cont.) My Advocate If You Are Going to Have a Baby Healthchek Baby Blocks Dr. Health E. Hound Community Rewards Member Advisory Board Member Information Changes to Your Membership Automatic Renewal Changes in Your Family Size Ending Your MCP Membership Choosing a New Plan Fraud and Abuse Hotline Rights and Responsibilities...39 When You Are Unhappy With a Decision We Made Advance Directives Important Terms Privacy Notices Medical Information Financial Information Grievance and Appeal Form PCP Change Request Designation of Authorized Representative Just Cause Terminations Things to Keep in Mind if You End Your Membership Optional Membership Terminations Exclusions Can UnitedHealthcare Community Plan End My membership? Other Health Insurance Accidental Injury or Illness Loss of Medicaid Eligibility Loss of Insurance Notice New Member Information UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Member Handbook

5 Welcome Welcome to UnitedHealthcare Community Plan. You are now a member of a health care plan, also known as a managed care plan (MCP). UnitedHealthcare Community Plan provides health care services to residents eligible for Aged, Blind, or Disabled, Covered Families and Children (including Healthy Start and Healthy Families), and adult extension Medicaid benefits. As a member, you are now eligible for exciting benefits at no cost to you. In addition, we have disease and care management programs for conditions such as asthma and diabetes and Healthy First Steps TM Pregnancy Program. If your UnitedHealthcare Community Plan member identification (ID) card has not come in the mail yet, it will arrive soon. Remember to take this card to all your doctor visits and show your card to your doctor s staff. This Is Your Member Handbook. Please take time to read this Handbook. Your Member Handbook will answer many questions you may have. If you have any problems in reading or understanding this or any other UnitedHealthcare Community Plan information, please contact our Member Services at (TTY 711) for help at no cost to you. We can help to explain the information or provide the information orally, in English or in your primary language. We may have the information printed in certain other languages or in other ways. If you are visually or hearing-impaired, special help can be provided. Our Member Services staff will help you to use UnitedHealthcare Community Plan. You can reach Member Services Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Member Services (TTY: 711) Monday Friday, 7 a.m. 7 p.m. Our office is closed on these major holidays: New Year s Day Martin Luther King Jr. Day Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day Thanksgiving Day Day After Thanksgiving Christmas Day Member Services can help you with the following: finding a provider, benefit questions, how to access services, filing a complaint, changing PCPs, language help, etc. You can call when you are unsure of something or if you have any questions about UnitedHealthcare Community Plan. We may monitor calls to train new team members or see how our team is doing. This means a supervisor may listen in when you call. 5

6 Welcome (cont.) You can also write to us: Member Services UnitedHealthcare Community Plan 9200 Worthington Rd. Westerville, OH Please visit our website which includes an up-to-date member information, health education, list of providers, and much more. UnitedHealthcare Community Plan may not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, national origin, veteran s status, ancestry, health status, or need for health services in the receipt of health services. Language Help If you have a problem reading or understanding this information or any other UnitedHealthcare Community Plan information, please contact our member services at for help at no cost to you. We can explain this information, in English or in your primary language. We may have this information printed in some other languages. If you are visually or hearing-impaired, special help can be provided. If needed, member information and literature can be made available in a different language, large print, Braille and audio tapes. Interpreters are also available for visual or hearing impaired members. If you need this information in Braille or large print, please call Member Services at Si desea recibir una copia de esta informacion en espanol, por favor llame al numero Department of Medicaid (ODM) Eligibility Review You will receive a notice about renewing your Medicaid eligibility in the mail every 12 months (sometimes sooner). When you receive the notice, you must contact your local Department of Medicaid. If you don t, your Medicaid will stop. Tell your caseworker if you move. If the Department of Medicaid has the wrong address, you might not receive the notice on time. Members with hearing loss, please call 711. This is a free Telecommunications Relay Service (TRS) that allows persons with hearing or speech disabilities to place and receive telephone calls. Ask to be connected to UnitedHealthcare Community Plan and give them the Member Services number UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Member Handbook

7 How to Use Your Health Plan UnitedHealthcare Community Plan is a state approved health care plan. UnitedHealthcare Community Plan has Primary Care Providers, also called PCPs. These are doctors that can take care of most of your health care needs. We also have other providers (doctors) who are specialists; for example, heart doctors or surgeons. UnitedHealthcare Community Plan contracts with providers who meet UnitedHealthcare Community Plan s quality standards. We want you to get the best care possible. Identification (ID) Cards You should have received a UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Membership ID card. Each member of your family who has joined UnitedHealthcare Community Plan will receive their own card. These cards replace your monthly Medicaid card. Each card is good for as long as the person is a member of UnitedHealthcare Community Plan. You Health Plan (80840) Member ID: Member: SUBSCRIBER BROWN MMIS: PCP Name: DR. PROVIDER BROWN PCP Phone: (999) OH - Medicaid 0501 Administered by UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of, Inc. will not receive a new card each month as you did with the Medicaid card. Your Member ID card may only be used for your care and should not be given to anyone for their use. If you are pregnant, you need to let UnitedHealthcare Community Plan know when your baby is born so we can send you a new ID card for your baby. Always Keep Your ID Card(s) With You Group Number:OHPHCP Payer ID: Rx Bin: Rx Grp: ACUOH Rx PCN: 9999 You will need your ID card each time you get medical services. This means that you need your UnitedHealthcare Community Plan ID card when you: See your Primary Care Provider (PCP) See a specialist or other provider Go to an emergency room Go to an urgent care facility Go to a hospital for any reason Get medical supplies Get a prescription Have medical tests Receive non-emergent transportation service (i.e. trips to and from your PCP) Call your UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Member Services as soon as possible at (hard-of-hearing: 711) if: You have not received your card(s) yet Any of the information on the card(s) is wrong You lose your card(s) You have a baby 7

8 How to Use Your Health Plan (cont.) UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Providers UnitedHealthcare Community Plan contracts with providers who meet UnitedHealthcare Community Plan s quality standards. It is important to remember that you must receive services covered by UnitedHealthcare Community Plan from facilities and/or providers on UnitedHealthcare Community Plan s panel. See pages for information on services covered by UnitedHealthcare Community Plan. The only time you can use providers that are not on UnitedHealthcare Community Plan s panel is for: Emergency services Federally qualified health centers/rural health clinics Qualified family planning providers Department of Mental Health certified community mental health centers An out of panel provider that UnitedHealthcare Community Plan has approved you to see You should have received a Provider Directory that lists all of our panel providers as well as other non-panel providers you can use to receive services. You can also visit our website at to view up to date provider panel information. Your Primary Care Provider (PCP) Your Primary Care Provider (PCP) is your personal doctor. Think of your PCP office as your medical home. When you enroll in UnitedHealthcare Community Plan, you pick a PCP for yourself. Some PCPs may have medical residents, nurse practitioners, nurse midwives and physician assistants who will provide care to you under the direction of your PCP. All providers listed in UnitedHealthcare Community Plan s Provider Directory have agreed to take care of UnitedHealthcare Community Plan members. All of our providers have met UnitedHealthcare Community Plan s high quality standards. What Is a Medical Home? If you go to the same provider or medical practice all the time, this provider is your medical home. Why Would I Want a Medical Home? There are lots of reasons for you and your family to have a medical home. A medical home will already have your medical records. This lets the doctor see you faster. A medical home will know what shots, illnesses and prescriptions you have had and what works best. A medical home will know what your allergies and other health issues are. A medical home will know what behavior and health is normal for you. A medical home can answer your questions about previous treatment. 8 UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Member Handbook

9 How Do I Find a Provider? Use our provider directory. It lists the names, locations, telephone numbers, and languages other than English spoken by our plan providers. If you do not have a Provider Directory and would like us to send you one, please call Member Services We can help you find a provider close to where you live. We can also help you find participating specialists, home health care and durable medical equipment suppliers. Visit us online at communityplan. New providers join the UnitedHealthcare Community Plan network all the time. The most up-to-date directory is on our website. For most of your medical care, you must go to your Primary Care Provider. Choosing a Primary Care Provider (PCP) Each member of UnitedHealthcare Community Plan must choose a Primary Care Provider (PCP) from UnitedHealthcare Community Plan s Provider Directory. Your PCP is your personal doctor. You can find our most up-to-date listings of UnitedHealthcare Community Plan providers on our website at If you do not have access to the internet, call Member Services at (hard-of-hearing: 711) to ask about a provider or request a printed directory. Your PCP is an individual physician, physician group practice, advance practice nurse or advance practice nurse group practice trained in pediatrics, family medicine (general practice), internal medicine or pediatrics. If you are pregnant, you can choose a PCP trained in obstetrics/gynecology (OB/Gyn). Your PCP will work with you to direct your health care. Your PCP will do your check-ups and shots and treat you for most of your routine health care needs. If needed, your PCP will send you to other doctors (specialists) or admit you to the hospital. You can reach your PCP by calling your PCP s office. Your PCP s name and telephone number are printed on your UnitedHealthcare Community Plan ID card. Some Primary Care Provider sites may have medical residents, nurse practitioners and provider assistants who will provide care to you under the supervision of your PCP. If your Primary Care Provider stops working with UnitedHealthcare Community Plan, we will let you know. We will help you pick a new provider. 9

10 Getting Care Get to Know Your PCP Time for a Wellness Visit! It s important for all UnitedHealthcare Community Plan members to have regular wellness visits. This way your PCP can help you stay healthy. See your PCP as soon as you become a UnitedHealthcare Community Plan member. You don t have to wait until you are sick. Some questions you can ask are: What are the office hours? What if I need night or weekend care? Who takes calls if your office is closed? Do you need an O.K. from me to get my records from another office? Am I due for any tests or check-ups? It is important to know all the staff at your PCP s office. They will help you with medical advice and much more. It is best to call during regular business hours if you want to speak to someone from the office. Making an Appointment to See Your PCP When you call or go to the office to make an appointment, be sure to tell them you are a UnitedHealthcare Community Plan member and why you need an appointment When you go to your appointment, be sure to take Your UnitedHealthcare Community Plan card. Your card for any other insurance coverage you may have. How Long Should It Take to Get a PCP Appointment? Here are some general guidelines on how long it takes to get an appointment with your PCP. Emergency appointments: Immediately or referred to an emergency facility Urgent (but not an emergency) appointments: Within 24 hours Routine symptomatic appointments: Within 48 hours Routine asymptomatic appointments: Within 6 weeks Preventive, well-child, and regular appointments: Within 6 weeks 10 UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Member Handbook

11 Changing Your PCP If for any reason you want to change your PCP, you must first call the Member Services Department to ask for the change. Members can change their PCP monthly. PCP changes within the first month of membership will be effective the date of the request. If you request a PCP change after your first month of membership, the change will be effective on the first day of the next month UnitedHealthcare Community Plan will send you a new ID card to let you know that your PCP has been changed and the date you can start seeing the new PCP. For the names of the PCPs in UnitedHealthcare Community Plan, you may look in your Provider Directory, on our web site at communityplan, or you can call the UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Member Services Department at (hard-of-hearing: 711) for help. If you did not select a PCP at the time you enrolled with UnitedHealthcare Community Plan, UnitedHealthcare Community Plan will assign a PCP for you. We will notify you that you can change to another PCP if you wish during the first month of your enrollment with UnitedHealthcare Community Plan, or monthly thereafter. Seeing Another Doctor or Specialist When you and your PCP (Primary Care Provider) agree you need to go to another doctor (specialist), he/she will refer you to that doctor. This is means the doctor selects or recommends another doctor for you to see. If you have a complicated illness or condition, frequent visits to a specialist may be necessary. If you require frequent visits to a specialist, UnitedHealthcare Community Plan can help you coordinate your health care. You may see your specialist as often as needed. Sometimes there may be a reason that a specialist may need to be your PCP. A specialist serves as a PCP for members with very complex healthcare needs. If you and/or your specialist believe that they should be your PCP, you should call the Member Services Department to discuss. The specialist will be able to serve as your PCP and will be available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you have a complicated illness or condition, please call Member Services at (hard-of-hearing: 711). We will help you. Member Services can also provide you with a list of specialists. Out-of-Network Providers Your PCP may decide you need medical care that you can only get from a doctor or other health care provider that does not participate with UnitedHealthcare Community Plan. Your PCP will need to call us to get an okay or Prior Authorization from UnitedHealthcare Community Plan for these services before they will be covered. Second Opinions If you would like a second opinion from another doctor, contact Member Services at (hard-of-hearing: 711). They can help you. 11

12 Getting Care (cont.) Medical Advances When UnitedHealthcare Community Plan receives requests to cover newly developed medical equipment or procedures, our national Technology Assessment Committee reviews them. This committee includes physicians and other health care professionals. The Committee uses national guidelines and scientific evidence from medical literature to help decide whether UnitedHealthcare Community Plan should approve the use of the equipment or procedures. After Hours Care or Care When Traveling Outside the UnitedHealthcare Service Area Sometimes you may need your Primary Care Provider when the office is closed or when you are traveling outside the UnitedHealthcare Community Plan service area. If you need urgent or non-emergent care, call your PCP s office. You will receive directions on how to access care. There is someone to help you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If your PCP tells you to go to the nearest emergency room, call UnitedHealthcare Community Plan within 24 hours or as soon as possible. You can also call UnitedHealthcare Community Plan s NurseLine services. NurseLine nurses are available to answer your health-related questions 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Call NurseLine at (TTY: ). NurseLine SM Services As a member of UnitedHealthcare Community Plan, you can take advantage of our NurseLine services. NurseLine provides you with 24 hours a day and 7 days a week access through a toll-free telephone number to experienced registered nurses who understand your health care needs and concerns. You can rest easy knowing registered nurses with NurseLine have an average of 15 years of experience. NurseLine uses trusted, physician-approved information to help you make the right decisions. All at no cost to you! Getting the best health care begins with asking questions and understanding the answers, NurseLine can help you make health-related decisions. A NurseLine nurse can even give you tips on eating healthy and staying fit. The nurse can also help you: Decide if the emergency room or a doctor visit is right for you. Find a doctor or hospital. Understand your treatment options. Teach you about important health screenings and shots. Answer your health-related questions. Learn how to save money on prescriptions. Teach you how to take medications safely. Call NurseLine services at (TTY: ). (For information purposes only. Nurses can t diagnose problems nor recommend specific treatment. They are not a substitute for your doctor s care.). 12 UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Member Handbook

13 Urgent Care Urgent care is when you need care, treatment, or advice within 24 hours. If you need urgent care, you can visit an urgent care center. You do not need to get prior authorization before you do so. If you need help locating an urgent care center near you, call Member Services at (hard-of-hearing: 711) and we will help you. If you do not know whether you need to visit an urgent care center, you can call your PCP or our 24/7 NurseLine services at (TTY: ) and your PCP or NurseLine Representative will help you. To make sure you receive the best care, tell your PCP about any visits to an urgent care center. By doing this, your PCP can help coordinate your health care. Emergency Services Emergency services are services for a medical problem that you think is so serious that it must be treated right away by a doctor. We cover care for emergencies both in and out of the county where you live. Further, UnitedHealthcare Community Plan considers emergency services to be those covered inpatient and outpatient services that are: (a) Furnished by a qualified provider; and (b) Needed to evaluate or stabilize an Emergency Medical Condition. Emergency services are needed when you need immediate medical care because of the sudden onset of a medical condition or severe pain that the average person feels would: Place the person s health or the health of an unborn baby at serious risk; Result in serious harm to bodily functions; and/or, Result in serious harm to an organ or body part. If you are not sure whether you need to go to the emergency room, call your Primary Care Provider or our 24/7 NurseLine services at (TTY: ). Your PCP or the 24/7 NurseLine Representative can talk to you about your medical problem and give you advice on what you should do. Some examples of when emergency services are needed include: Miscarriage/pregnancy with vaginal bleeding Heart attacks Severe chest pain Severe bleeding that does not stop Serious breathing difficulties Possible stroke You do not have to contact UnitedHealthcare Community Plan for an okay before you get emergency services. If you have an emergency, call 911 or go to the NEAREST emergency room (ER) or other appropriate setting. 13

14 Getting Care (cont.) Remember, if you need emergency services: Go to the nearest hospital emergency room or other appropriate setting. Be sure to tell them that you are a member of UnitedHealthcare Community Plan and show them your ID card. If you need emergency transportation, contact 911 or your local emergency service. If the provider that is treating you for an emergency takes care of your emergency but thinks that you need other medical care to treat the problem that caused your emergency, the provider must call UnitedHealthcare Community Plan. You will need to call your Primary Care Provider as soon as possible after the emergency is under control. Your Primary Care Provider is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to help you. If the hospital has you stay, please make sure that UnitedHealthcare Community Plan is called within 24 hours or as soon as possible. Please call Member Services at (hard-of-hearing: 711). This number is listed on your UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Member ID Card. Prior Authorization Prior authorization is for services that must be approved by UnitedHealthcare Community Plan. Your doctor must call Utilization Management (UM) at before you obtain a service or procedure that is listed as requiring a prior authorization. Our UM team is available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. On-call staff is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergency prior authorizations. UnitedHealthcare Community Plan also reviews some of your services and care as they are happening. This is called concurrent review. Examples are when you are: A patient in the hospital Receiving home care by nurses Certain outpatient services such as speech therapy and physical therapy UnitedHealthcare Community Plan reviews your progress with your doctor to be sure you still need those services or if other services would be better for you. UnitedHealthcare Community Plan has policies and procedures to follow when they make decisions regarding medical services. The UM doctors and nurses make their decision based on your coverage and what you need for your medical condition. The goal is to make sure that services are medically necessary, that they are provided in an appropriate setting, and that quality care is provided. We want to help you stay well. If you are sick we want you to get better. UnitedHealthcare Community Plan does not pay employees extra for limiting your care. Our network doctors do not receive extra money or rewards if they limit your care. If you have questions about UM decisions or processes, call Member Services at (hard-of-hearing: 711). 14 UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Member Handbook

15 Hospital Care When you go to the hospital: If your hospital care is not an emergency, your Primary Care Provider (PCP) will make the plans for you to go. If your hospital care is an emergency, you, a family member, or a friend must tell UnitedHealthcare Community Plan within 24 hours or as soon as possible. Why do you need to tell UnitedHealthcare Community Plan if you go to the hospital in an emergency? So UnitedHealthcare Community Plan will pay for covered services. So UnitedHealthcare Community Plan sees that you get follow-up care. Informed Consent Consent means that you say yes to medical treatment. Informed consent means the treatment was explained to you and you understand. You say yes before getting any treatment. Sometimes you may need to say yes in writing. If you do not want the medical treatment, your PCP will talk to you and tell you other choices. You have the right to say yes or no. No Medical Coverage Outside of the United States Any health care services you receive while out of the country will not be covered by UnitedHealthcare Community Plan. Medicaid cannot pay for any medical services you receive outside of the United States. 15

16 Available Services UnitedHealthcare Community Plan also offers the following extra services and/or benefits to their members: Dental Services All members receive routine dental exams and cleanings every six months. Some non-routine dental services may require a prior authorization. Please refer to your Provider Directory for a list of dental providers that are in the UnitedHealthcare Community Plan network to set up your dental appointment. Vision Services All members receive an eye exam every 12 months. They also have a choice of glasses or retail allowance of $125 toward any type of contacts (must use at one time) every 12 months. UnitedHealthcare Community Plan also offers an additional frame selection beyond what Medicaid covers at no cost to you. Please refer to your Provider Directory for a list of optometrists that are in the UnitedHealthcare Community Plan network to set up your eye appointment. Transportation Services If you need a ride to your PCP or other medical provider, we may be able to help. UnitedHealthcare Community Plan will provide you with 30 one-way or 15 round trips per year to and from your PCP, WIC, pharmacy, or other participating health care providers, such as vision or dental. You may also request help to get to your Medicaid redetermination visits. If you must travel 30 miles or more from your home to receive covered health care services, UnitedHealthcare Community Plan will provide transportation to and from the provider s office. These services must be medically necessary and not available in your service area. You must also have a scheduled appointment (except in the case of urgent/ emergent care). Please contact Member Services at (hard-of-hearing: 711) at least 48 hours in advance of your appointment for assistance. In addition to the transportation assistance that UnitedHealthcare Community Plan provides, members can still receive assistance with transportation for certain services through the local County Department of Job and Family Services Non-Emergency Transportation (NET) program. Call your County Department of Job and Family Services for questions or assistance with NET services. Members Matter UnitedHealthcare Community Plan provides our members with a Members Matter representative. Members can contact their personal Members Matter representative or speak with any of our dedicated Member Services team by calling (hard-of-hearing: 711). Your Members Matter representative can also explain things such as: Ordering new ID cards Changing PCPs Information on participating providers How to access specialty care How to file a grievance or appeal 16 UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Member Handbook

17 Your Members Matter representative may also contact you periodically to see if you may be able to benefit from any of our care management services. Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services If you need mental health and/or substance abuse services, please call Member Services at (hard-of-hearing: 711). You can also find additional UnitedHealthcare Community Plan providers on our website at and in our Provider Directory. Or you may self-refer directly to an Department of Mental Health (ODMH) certified community mental health center or Department of Alcohol and Drug Addictions Services (ODADAS) certified treatment centers. Please see your Provider Directory or call Member Services for the names and telephone numbers of the facilities near you. If you decide to use a Department of Mental Health certified Community Mental Health Center or Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services (ODADAS) certified treatment center, you do not need a prior authorization for outpatient therapy. The mental health or substance abuse provider must get a prior authorization from UnitedHealthcare Community Plan before you get other services from these providers. This can include non-emergency inpatient, intensive outpatient, outpatient ECT (Electroconvulsive Therapy), psychological testing and home health services. Durable Medical Equipment, Home Health Services To obtain durable medical equipment (i.e. crutches, wheelchair) or home health services, contact your Primary Care Provider (doctor). Your doctor will contact UnitedHealthcare Community Plan for authorization. Medically Necessary Services Those medical services which: (a) Are essential to prevent, diagnose, prevent the worsening of, alleviate, correct or cure medical conditions that endanger life, cause suffering or pain, cause physical deformity or malfunction, threaten to cause or aggravate a handicap, or result in illness or infirmity of a UnitedHealthcare Community Plan member; (b) Are provided at an appropriate facility and at the appropriate level of care for the treatment of UnitedHealthcare Community Plan member s medical condition; and, (c) Are provided in accordance with generally accepted standards of medical practice. Some medically necessary services must get prior authorization before you can get them. Please see page 14 of this handbook for more information on prior authorization. 17

18 Available Services (cont.) Self-Referred Services You can receive some services without your PCP referring or recommending you to another doctor. These are called self-referred services. Examples of services that you can receive without your PCP referring you to another doctor include: Dental care Vision care Women s routine and preventive health care services provided by a women s health specialist (obstetrics, gynecology, certified nurse midwife) Specialty care (except for chemotherapy and pain management specialist services) Emergency care Services provided by Qualified Family Planning Providers (QFPP) Mental health and substance abuse services Services provided at Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC)/Rural Health Clinics (RHC) Dialysis Radiation therapy Mammograms You must go to a participating provider for all self-referred services except for emergency care or for services provided at Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC)/Rural Health Clinics (RHC), Qualified Family Planning Providers (QFPP), Department of Mental Health certified community mental health centers, and Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services certified treatment centers which are Medicaid providers. Participating providers would be those providers listed in your UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Provider Directory. Your Provider Directory will include specialists such as oncologists, gynecologists, optometrists, dentists, and psychologists. If you do not see your provider listed, call Member Services or visit to find out if your provider is now accepting UnitedHealth Community Plan. To make sure you receive the best care, tell your PCP about any self-referred visits to specialists and other providers. By doing this, your PCP can help coordinate your health care. If you visit a provider that is not a participating provider with UnitedHealthcare Community Plan, these services may require a prior authorization. Women, Infants and Children Program (WIC) WIC is the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children. The WIC program provides nutritious food at no cost, breast-feeding support, nutrition education and health care referrals. If you are pregnant, ask your doctor to complete a WIC application at your doctor s appointment. If you have an infant or child, ask your doctor to complete a WIC application or call Member Services at (hard-of-hearing: 711) for more information about the WIC program. Our Member Services staff can also give you information about the Help Me Grow program. 18 UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Member Handbook

19 Kickoff to Good Health Program As a new plan member, you can earn benefit credits for getting important check-ups. These credits can be used for a wide range of products such as personal hygiene/care, child care items, safety, and general wellness items from our Health Benefit Catalog at no cost to you. See the PCP on your member ID card within your first 90 days as a member to earn benefits credits to spend in our Health Benefit Catalog. Once you see your PCP, if you visit a participating dentist and participating vision provider within the first 6 months you can earn benefit credits for each of those visits as well. You must visit the PCP on your ID card within 90 days to qualify for any credits. If you need to change the PCP on your ID card, please call Member Services before your visit. This program is available to new members who have not been with the plan in the past 12 months. New members will get information on the program in the mail, including information on how to earn credits and order items once their credits are awarded. Benefit credits are awarded in January and July each year. All credits awarded must be used at one time. Benefit credits expire 12 months after being awarded. You must be a current member to use benefit credits. 19

20 Your Health Plan Benefits Services Covered by UnitedHealthcare Community Plan As a UnitedHealthcare Community Plan member, you will continue to receive all medicallynecessary Medicaid-covered services at no cost to you. These services may or may not require prior authorization before you receive the service. Please see the following charts to determine if your benefits require prior authorization. Services That DO NOT Require a Prior Authorization (PA) UnitedHealthcare Community Plan encourages you to work with your PCP to help coordinate access to these services. However, it is not required that you see your PCP prior to receiving these services. Service Certified Nurse Midwife services Certified Nurse Practitioner services Chemotherapy Dental services Emergency services Eye exams, routine vision (optical) services, including eyeglasses* Family planning services and supplies Federally Qualified Health Center or Rural Health Clinic services Free-standing birth center services at a free-standing birth center Coverage Covered Covered Covered Routine exams and cleanings every six months. Some non-routine dental services may require a prior authorization. Covered 1 exam and 1 pair glasses or retail allowance of $125 toward any type of contacts (must use the entire benefit at one time) per 12 months. Must be for vision correction and not for cosmetic reasons only. Additional replacements may require prior authorization. Covered Covered Call Member Services to find a qualified clinic 20 UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Member Handbook

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