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September 25, 2018Important Notice to Current NHHPP Members
The Department of Health and Human Services is sending an important Heads-Up Notice Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol to current Medicaid members in New Hampshire’s Health Protection Program (NHHPP) . The notice states that on January 1, 2019, per state law, the Granite Advantage Health Care Program replaces NHHPP. Aviso Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol a afiliados a Medicaid actuales en el programa de protección a la salud New Hampshire’s Health Protection Program (NHHPP) (Spanish). Medical coverage will continue from one of the state’s Medicaid Care Management plans, NH Healthy Families and Well Sense Health Plan. Learn more about both plans below, or read a Side-by-side Comparison of Health Plans Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol.

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Most NH Medicaid Program recipients receive health care services through the Medicaid Care Management (MCM) program. Effective January 1, 2019, those enrolled in NHHPP Premium Assistance Program (PAP) will receive their services through New Hampshire Medicaid's Care Management program, which uses two Health Plans to manage health care for members. These Health Plans cover the same services that NH Medicaid does. The Health Plans also offer additional optional services, programs, and other extras to promote healthy behavior.

You can pick from these two Health Plans. If you have questions about plan benefits, services, or rules, contact:

Health Plan Website Telephone Number
New Hampshire Healthy Families www.Nhhealthyfamilies.com 1-866-769-3085
Well Sense Health Plan www.WellSense.org 1-877-957-1300

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MCM Enrollment

Initial enrollment in a Medicaid Health Plan may occur throughout the year for individuals first eligible for the MCM program. Health Plan members may switch plans during Annual Open Enrollment which occurs during November and December each year. This year’s Annual Open Enrollment is November 1 through December 28 with a new plan effective date of January 1, 2019 for members choosing to switch Health Plans.

 

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