CareSource is considered a nonprofit. This one started as a managed health care plan that serves the members of Medicaid in Ohio. As of now, it provides public health care programs. These programs provided by the company that is headquartered in Dayton, Ohio, the United States include Medicaid, Medicare, and Marketplace. The company is undoubtedly popular. It is named as the biggest Medicaid plan in Ohio and is second in the United States.
If you are a customer of CareSource, you will need to bring your CareSource insurance card everywhere because it has some information that is important. One of the most important information that is found on this card is the policy number. What is the policy number on the CareSource card?
The policy number on the CareSource card is usually used to keep track of your medical bills. It has the ability to identify a CareSource member. It should be noted that it does not guarantee eligibility of benefits coverage. On the CareSource card, it is actually called “Mmeber ID#”, “Member Id”, or CareSource Member ID #”. It might be needed for you to know this number when you schedule an appointment with a medical provider. Where is the policy number on CaseSource card?
The policy number of CareCourse is located on the front of the CareSource card. Since it is located at the front, it should be easy for you to find it.
On the Ohio Medicaid member ID card, the policy number is called CareSource Member ID #. This one usually consists of a total of 11 digits. It is usually located under the name of the member and above the MMIS #. Here is the example of the front side of the Ohio Medicaid member ID card:
The second example is the CareSource’s Marketplace ID card. On this card, the policy number is called Member ID. It is located below the member and above the health plan. It usually consists of a total of 13 digits. The number is divided into two parts. The first part consists of 11 digits while the last part consist of only 2 digits. These parts are separated with the minus (-) sign. Aside from the policy number or the member ID, on the front of the CareSource’s Marketplace Id card, there are also member, health plan, the list of the dependents, payer ID, and a few other things.
What about the back of the CareSource’s Marketplace ID card? As for the back of the CareSource’s Marketplace ID card, you will be able to find the statement that the card does not guarantee coverage. So, if you want to verify benefits, view claims, or find a provider, you will have to visit the website or call. Not only that, there are also some important phone numbers and addresses, as follows:
- Members: 1-800-479-9502 (TTY: 1-800-750-0750 or 711)
- 24/7 nurseline: 1-866-206-4240
- Providers: 1-800-488-0134
- Pharmacy: 1-800-488-0134
- Medical claims: P.O. Box 8730 Dayton, OH 45401-8730
- Benefit manager: CVS Caremark
- Pharmacy claims: CVS Caremark P.O. Box 52136 Phoenix, AZ 85072-2136
- Pharmacy numbers: RxBin: 004336, RxPCN: ADV, RxGrp: RX3156.
The last example is the CareSource Medicare Advantage member ID. On this card, the policy number is called “Member ID#”. Just like the cards above, it is also located under member name and above health plan. Just like on the Ohio Medicaid member ID card, this number also consists of a total of 11 digits. In addition to the policy number, there are also some other ones on the front of this card. The other ones include member name, effective date, health plan, payer ID, RxBIN, RxPCN, RxGRP, and copays (office, spec, ER, and UrgCare). If you are wondering about the back of the CareSource Medicare Advantage member ID, it looks similar to the CareSource’s Marketplace ID card. On the back, there is the statement that it does not guarantee coverage and some contacts.
Talking about the CareSource, you might want to know the plan offered by this non-profit company. Apparently, there is a total of three plans offered by this company, as follows:
- Medicare Advantage (HMO) plans
Medicare Advantage (HMO) plans are the kind of plans that include prescription drug coverage. They are offered for those who qualify for Medicare parts A and B. not only that, these plants are also offered for those who want low or no monthly payments.
- CareSource Dual Advantage (HMO D-SNP)
CareSource Dual Advantage (HMO D-SNP) is the kind of plant that offers a $0 premium Medicare Advantage plan. It is for those who qualify for Medicare parts A and B and for full Medicaid benefits.
- CareSource MyCare Ohio (Medicare-Medicaid Plan)
CareSource MyCare Ohio (Medicare-Medicaid Plan) is the kind of plant that provides the benefits of both Medicare and Medicaid.
- Medicare Advantage (HMO) plans
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