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Medical Programs Summary Answers
to common eligibility requirements and other program
- Notice of Privacy Practices
to change Health Care Providers?
If you live in the
Wasatch front (Salt Lake, Utah, Davis, Weber, and Morgan
Counties), call the Health Program Representative in
you live in Tooele or Summit County, call Medicaid Information,
If you live in Box Elder or Washington County, call
your local County Health Department.
Program Representative in your area.
Health Services: For information about covered mental
health services, call the mental health center listed
on your Medicaid Card. If the center identified on your
card is not correct, call your Medicaid worker at your
Medicaid Eligibility Office. Also see Member
Handbooks for Wasatch
Mental Health, Northeastern
Counseling Center, Four
Corners Community Behavioral Health, Davis
Behavioral Health, Davis
Behavioral Health - Spanish version, and Central
Utah Counseling Center.
information: The name of your Third Party Liability
(TPL) insurance is on your Medicaid card. To change
this information, call the Office of Recovery Services,
Team 76: Salt Lake City area 801-536-8798 or call
toll free in Utah: 1-800-821-2237.
CHIP, Primary Care Plan, Limited Medicaid Plans:
chart which helps to explain co-pays and co-insurance
fo each program.
or Complaints: Call 801-538-6417. To
call toll-free, call Medicaid
Information and ask for Randa Pickle, or send
email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Recovery - For clients age 55 and older, Medicaid
may put a lien on a client's estate in order to collect
back the amount Medicaid pays for the client's medical
billed for medical services? Please refer to the
Member Guide, or to the Utah
Medicaid Provider Manual, SECTION 1, Chapter 6 - 8,
Billing Patients, and 6 - 9, Exceptions to Prohibition
on Billing Patients. For copayment
information see Adult
Program Co-Pay Charts
you be charged for services not covered by Medicaid?
Please refer to the
Medicaid Member Guide, or to the
Utah Medicaid Provider Manual, SECTION 1, Chapter
6 - 8, Billing Patients, and 6 - 9, Exceptions
to Prohibition on Billing Patients.
vocabulary terms - A list of words, phrases
and acronymns (abbreviations and initials) that are
commonly used in the Medicaid program.
Care Plans - updated information. See all participating
Mental Health Plans.
- Will Medicaid enrollees have their medical information stored and accessed through the cHIE? Medical assistance (Medicaid, CHIP, UPP, PCN) recipients are automatically enrolled in the Utah Clinical Health Information Exchange (cHIE). The cHIE provides a safe place for participating healthcare providers to share and view patient medical information.
Once your consent status has been set to PARTICIPATE, it will remain in effect for five years or as long as you are enrolled in PCN or Medicaid. You have the right to not participate in the cHIE or to change your consent status at any time. For more information, or to opt out of cHIE participation, visit My cHIE or talk to a healthcare provider.