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Choosing a Managed Care Plan

Most people are automatically approved for Medicaid Managed Care coverage. Shortly after you enroll on Medicaid, you will get a letter asking you to choose a Medicaid Managed Care plan. 

Below are the links to the five managed care plans for more information.Visit each plan to learn more and find one that is right for you. If you don’t choose a plan, we will choose one for you. The best way to enroll in Managed Care is online through the Consumer Hotline.

Buckeye Health PlanClick here to visit the CareSource web site.Click here to visit the Paramount Advantage web siteClick here to visit the United Health Care web site

Managed Care acts just like regular private health insurance. Once you are enrolled in a Managed Care plan, you will get a new card in the mail. Managed Care plans send one permanent card when you enroll. Keep this card for as long as you are on the plan. The plan will also send you information on your doctors, health services and scope of coverage from your plan.

Examples of what a Managed Care card will look like:

 Example card for Buckeye Health Plan  Example medical card for CareSource  Example medical card for Molina Health Plan

                              Example of Paramount Medicaid Insurance Card  Example medical card for United Health Care Health Plan

Visit the Buckeye Health Plan website

Whether you are currently covered by Ohio Medicaid or one of its managed care plans, or looking for more information on the many programs and services we provide, you have come to the right place. Still under construction, this page will soon serve as your primary source on all our agency offers to Ohioans and their families.


mcp report card

Consumer Hotline

C ounty Directory