Introducing the mihealth card. The mihealth (“my health”) card is a permanent plastic health ID card that’s issued to Michigan Medicaid, Emergency Medicaid, and Children’s Special Health Care Services (CSHCS) beneficiaries.. The mihealth card indicates the beneficiary name and beneficiary ID number (white or black font) on the front of the card but does not indicate …
QUICK REFERENCE: VIEW MIHEALTH CARD. The myHealthButton app is available to members of Medicaid, Healthy Michigan Plan, MIChild, and Children’s Special Health Care Services (CSHCS) served by the State of Michigan.
MDHHS. Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) EBT lost card. Contact a customer service representative toll-free at 888-678-8914. The toll-free Customer Service number is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for you to request a replacement card. Your replacement card will be mailed within 3 to 5 business days. You will not have to activate this …
Michigan Public Health Institute is now able to accept Real-Time/Batch HIPAA 270/271 transactions from all Providers, Billing Agents, and Clearinghouses registered with CHAMPS. These services are provided on behalf of MDHHS and are available free of charge. MI Healthplan Benefits Website: This website allows users to submit individual or multiple eligibility inquiries …
Full Fee-for-Service Healthy Kids – Expansion. This benefit plan covers children ages 16 through 18 from 100% Federal Poverty Level (FPL) up to 150% FPL. Funding for this program is State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) Fund, and the benefits mirror Fee-for-Service Medicaid. Fee-for-Service.
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What is a mihealth card (my health)?
The mihealth card (“my health”) is a permanent plastic identification card. You will get a mihealth card (if you do not have one already) if you have Michigan Medicaid, Emergency Medicaid, or Children’s Special Health Care Services (CSHCS) benefits.
What happens if my mihealth card is lost or stolen?
If you become eligible again in the future, you will use the same card. You will not get a new card. If you did not receive your mihealth card or if it is lost, stolen or damaged, call the Beneficiary Help Line at 1-800-642-3195.
What if the beneficiary does not have their mihealth card?
If the beneficiary does not have their mihealth card, providers can access their eligibility information with the following search methods: 1. Beneficiary ID number (8-digit Medicaid, CSHCS, or ABW ID number), 2. Beneficiary social security number and date of birth, or 3. Beneficiary name and SSN (or date of birth).
What is the difference between the mihealth card and blue paper?
The mihealth card replaced the monthly Medicaid blue paper card. The mihealth card indicates the beneficiary name and beneficiary ID number (white or black font) on the front of the card but does not indicate eligibility information and does not guarantee eligibility.