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Plan Updates

Anthem MCHCP Medical Plan Administrator
Anthem is MCHCP’s medical plan administrator. The HSA, PPO 1250 and PPO 750 plans are still the available plan options, and you will have access to providers through the Anthem networks. Check with your employer to see which plan(s) are offered.

Change or Cancel

If you want to cancel plans or need to change who is covered under your insurance, you can complete your enrollment online through your myMCHCP account.

HSA Plan

  • LiveHealth® Online visits covered at 100% after deductible is met
  • Glucometers and test strips covered at 100%
  • Deductible is waived for the following prescriptions (coinsurance still applies):
    • ACE inhibitors
    • Anti-resorptive therapy
    • Beta-blockers
    • Inhaled corticosteroids
    • Insulin and other glucose-lowering agents
    • SSRIs
    • Statins

Vision Plan

  • New discount pricing for blue light blocking glasses

Preparing for Enrollment

Open Enrollment Options

  • Enroll, change or cancel medical, dental and/or vision coverage
  • Add, change or cancel dependent coverage

Adding Coverage

To enroll dependents, you must also be enrolled in the plan(s) and provide proof of eligibility for each dependent, if not previously submitted. You may enroll in different levels of coverage for medical, dental and vision plans.

(Retirees) If you are not already enrolled in medical, dental and/or vision coverage, you cannot enroll in these plans during Open Enrollment.

If you do not enroll during Open Enrollment and you are currently enrolled:

  • If your employer offers one medical plan, you will automatically be enrolled in that plan at the same level of coverage
  • If your employer offers two plans, you will automatically be enrolled in the same plan at the same level of coverage
  • In dental plan through MetLife or vision plan through National Vision Administrators, if offered by your employer, your coverage will continue at the same level

Canceling Coverage

If you do not want coverage in any or all of the plans, you must cancel your coverage during Open Enrollment.

(Retirees) If you cancel coverage on yourself and/or your dependents, you and/or your dependents cannot enroll at a later date.

Completing your Enrollment — Enroll by Oct. 31, 2021

Online

  • Log in to myMCHCP
  • Select Open Enrollment from the menu bar
  • Make coverage selections, and save or print your confirmation page
  • If you enroll more than once, the last enrollment will override previous ones

Fax

  • Complete your Open Enrollment worksheet. Contact your agency to request a paper form
  • Sign and date the sheet
  • Fax to 800‑834‑5181

Mail

  • Complete your Open Enrollment worksheet. Contact your agency to request a paper form
  • Sign and date the sheet
  • Mail to MCHCP

Publications

2022 Enrollment Guide — Public Entity Members

2022 Enrollment Guide

2022 Summary of Benefits and Coverage

2022 Summary of Benefits and Coverage

 


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