For additional background on the State’s policy decisions regarding the Medicaid Expansion option, see: Background.
Medicaid in Michigan:
In order to retain access to all Medicaid patients in the state, providers must also connect to the managed care plans individually.
Medicaid Managed Care:
Some Michigan Medicaid Program beneficiaries are enrolled in managed care plans, called the “Medicaid Health Plans.”
Michigan Medicaid Beneficiaries Participating in Managed Care:
Managed care plans participating in Medicaid Health Plans offer detailed information about covered benefits for individuals enrolling in their plans. This information is available on the managed care websites shown below.
The state Medicaid office is primarily responsible for examining and addressing issues with the Medicaid Managed Care plans offered in the state, and for working with the companies that offer them. If you are experiencing problems as a medical provider with the Managed Care plans or companies operating in the state, or if your patients are experiencing problems with the Managed Care plans or companies in the state, including trouble with access to medications, access to preferred providers, navigating the appeals process, excessive costs, or possible discriminatory policies, or any other problems related to the Affordable Care Act, please report these problems to the state Medicaid Office:
Additionally, if you are experiencing these or other problems, please report these problems to AAHIVM, so that we may track issues affecting our members, and seek additional policies remedies.
Managed Care Plans Participating in Medicaid Health Plans:
Community Choice MI
Great Lakes Health Plan, Inc., United Healthcare of MI
HealthPlus Partners, Inc.
McLaren Health Plan
Meridian Health Plan of MI, Inc.
Midwest Health Plan
Molina Healthcare of MI
OmniCare Health Plan, Inc.
PHP-MM Family Care
Priority Health Government Programs, Inc.
Total Health Care
Upper Peninsula Health Plan