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Special Programs - IEHP Gender Health
esources: IEHP Transgender-Gender Health Center of Excellence Program Guidelines (PDF) IEHP Gender Health Brochure (PDF) Adult (PDF) (For IEHP Members 18+) Child (PDF) (For Parents and Children under 18) IEHP Social Health Survey (PDF) Questionnaire - Providers for Transgender Members (PDF) You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader 6.0 or later to view the PDF files. You can download a free copy by clicking here.
How to Get Care - Telehealth
ensure you can continue to get the care you need, some* IEHP Doctors (including Behavioral Health) offer telehealth visits. It’s easy to set up. Just call or message your Doctor’s office to see if telehealth is offered and schedule your visit. Why set up a telehealth visit? Saves you a trip to the Doctor’s office Easy to access using a phone or computer Helps keep you safe and secure (and limits the spread of COVID-19) More reasons to use telehealth: Pay $0. There is no copay. Telehealth is part of your health benefit. Convenient. A video visit can be done from anywhere with internet access. You don’t need to take time off from work, take a bus, or hire a sitter for the kids. What is needed: For a telephone visit - landline or mobile phone Video visit - Computer, tablet or smartphone with camera, speaker and a microphone, and internet access * Not all IEHP Doctors provide telehealth visits. Ask your Doctor’s office if they offer these services. Your Doctor will decide if it is the right choice for your health care needs.
Super Heroes - Super Nutricia
hood obesity and unhealthy eating habits. The campaign features appearances by Super Nutricia at numerous IEHP supported community events, where children, young adults and families can meet her in person and receive free comic books, posters, brochures and other nutrition education materials. Super Nutricia has become well known throughout the Inland Empire and is frequently requested to help support healthy eating initiatives for children and young teens. Super Nutricia Video Super Nutricia Comic Book (PDF)
Helpful Information and Resources - 211 Services
al services in Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Support and community groups Healthcare and counseling Housing, food and clothing Where to report abuse Employment Call 211 anytime, 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. All calls are confidential. You can talk to someone in English, Spanish, or other languages. For more information on 211, visit 211.org.
Helpful Information and Resources - Medical and Government Links
alth information. All the links will open in a new window and you will leave the IEHP website. Medical Links Medscape: free medical news, journal articles, and more. Yahoo! Health: medical dictionary, disease symptoms, and treatments. KidsHealth: animations, games, and articles for parents, teens, and kids. First 5 San Bernardino: statewide initiative to improve the early development of children. First 5 Riverside: statewide initiative to improve the early development of children. Text4Baby: get FREE messages each week on your cell phone to help you through your pregnancy and your baby's first year. Government Links San Bernardino County Department of Public Health: get information on WIC, child car seat safety and more. Riverside County Department of Public Health: get information on injury prevention, WIC, HIV, family health and more. PubMed: life science journals from the United States National Library of Medicine. Healthy Finder: 1600 health-related topics. NCQA (National Committee for Quality Assurance): reports on the quality of care delivered by managed care plans. NIH (National Institutes of Health): get health information, clinical trials, research, and more. CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention): get information on healthy living, disease, Zika virus, emergencies, workplace safety, and environmental health. Quality of Care Report Card: get quality ratings of health plans. California Department of Managed Health Care California Department of Health Care Services
How to Renew MediCal - Medical Renewal Form
members meet the guidelines to renew your Medi-Cal insurance program. You can renew your Medi-Cal online. You must fill out a Medi-Cal renewal form. This step is known as Medi-Cal redetermination. Be sure to look over your health plan during the Medi-Cal renewal process. This may help you get extra aid from the state of California. If your situation changed, the government could help you to lower your monthly health insurance costs. The amount of aid depends on where you live, your family income, and the number of people in your household. How to Check Medi-Cal Status Once your Medi-Cal is approved, the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) will send you a Benefits Identification Card (BIC) in the mail. If you do not get your BIC in the mail, or a letter from DHSC asking for more information, call or visit your local Social Services Office to ask for status. You can also check your Medi-Cal status on the Covered California website. How to Check if My Medi-Cal is Active Visit the Social Services agency in person In Riverside County visit the Riverside County Department of Public Services for a local office. If you live in San Bernardino County visit the Transition Assistance Department – San Bernardino to find a local office. Call Medi-Cal by phone Before you renew your Medi-Cal, check the status of your Medi-Cal by calling the Medi-Cal hotline at (800) 541-5555. If you don’t have your Benefits Identification Card, the automated system will ask for the last four numbers of your Social Security number and the month and year of your birth. You can also call your local county office. Send a request by mail To check the status of your Medi-Cal by mail send a letter to: Medi-Cal Eligibility Division, P.O. Box 997417, MS 4607, Sacramento, CA 95899-7417 How to Renew Medi-Cal As a Medi-Cal member, you must renew your Medi-Cal each year to keep your health care benefits. For most members Medi-Cal is automatically renewed. If your county cannot confirm all your information to automate the renewal, a packet will be mailed to you. All forms inside this packet must be filled out and returned. As a Medi-Cal member, you can return this information over the phone, by mail, or by fax. You can also return your packet to your local Social Services office. If you do not complete this renewal process your Medi-Cal benefits can be canceled. Medi-Cal Redetermination Form As stated above, Medi-Cal must be renewed each year. The county runs a review to find out if people or households still can get Medi-Cal. This review is known as annual redetermination. If you’ve changed jobs, had a pay rise, lost your job, or the number of people living in your house has changed, it may or may not help you get Medi-Cal. The purpose of an annual redetermination is for the state to get as much data from you to find out what aid you should be able to get. Or what amount, if any, you should pay for Medi-Cal. The Medi-Cal office will try to renew your households’ Medi-Cal automatically. But, if your personal data cannot be verified, your Medi-Cal redetermination package will come in the mail. Once the packet comes, you need to fill out all the data needed and send the forms back ASAP. This helps avoid any delay in Medi-Cal renewal and keeps you covered in case of an emergency. What Happens After I Return My Form? The county will send you a letter letting you know if you still qualify for Medi-Cal coverage. How long do I have before I get disenrolled from Medi-Cal? If you do not renew your Medi-Cal on time, you only have 90 days after your Medi-Cal benefits expire to file for renewal. After 90 days, you will have to submit a brand new Medi-Cal application. To apply for Medi-Cal or discuss your Medi-Cal renewal, call our IEHP Enrollment Advisors at (866) 294-4347, Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm. TTY users should call (800) 720-4347. *Due to the COVID-19 health crisis, Riverside and San Bernardino County continue to delay the processing of Medi-Cal annual redeterminations.
Report an Issue - Report Fraud and HIPAA Privacy Issues
ay have. To ensure that our Members receive the best care, we need them to report any issues. Issues can be, witnessing any type of fraud, or if a Member feels that their personal and private information has been misused. How Do I Report an Issue? To report fraud the following resources are available: waste or abuse, privacy issues, and other compliance issues. Compliance Hotline: (866) 355-9038 Fax: (909) 477-8536 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Mail: IEHP Compliance Officer P.O. Box 1800 Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91729-1800 Click Report a Compliance Issue to report online. What is the Privacy Incident/Breach? IEHP has established a HIPAA Privacy Program to ensure that Member’s health information is properly protected, while allowing the flow of health information needed to provide and promote high-quality health care. What is a privacy breach? An unauthorized acquisition, access, use, or disclosure of protected health information (PHI) which puts at risk the security or privacy of such information. PHI is health information that relates to a Member’s past, present or future physical or mental health or condition. This includes the services of his/her health care, or payment for that care and contains personally identifiable information (PII) such as name, SSN, DOB, Member ID, address, or any other unique identifier related to the Member. This generally means that a breach occurs when PHI is accessed, used, or disclosed to an individual or entity that does not have a business reason to know that information. The law does allow information to be accessed, used, or disclosed when it is related to treatment, payment, or healthcare operations directly associated with the work that we do at IEHP on behalf of our Members. Click Report a Privacy Incident/Breach to report online. What is the Fraud, Waste, and Abuse (FWA) Program? IEHP has established a fraud, waste, and abuse program to detect, correct, and prevent fraud, waste, and abuse on part of IEHP Employees, IEHP Members, Providers, Vendors, delegated entities and any other entity doing business with IEHP. What is Fraud? Fraud is knowingly and willfully executing, or attempting to execute, a scheme or artifice to defraud any health care benefit program, or to obtain, by means of false or fraudulent pretenses, representations, or promises, any of the money or property owned by, or under the custody or control of, any health care benefit program. Examples include: The use of someone else's identification or insurance card to obtain services. Falsifying income or location to obtain insurance. Selling of prescription medication or medical equipment obtained through IEHP. What is Waste? Waste includes overuse of services, or other practices that, directly or indirectly, result in unnecessary costs. Waste is generally not considered to be caused by actions of criminal neglect but rather by the misuse of resources. Examples include: Frequent visits to the ER or Urgent care for standard doctor visits. Visiting multiple doctors or hospitals to obtain controlled medications. What is Abuse? Abuse includes actions that may, directly or indirectly, result in unnecessary costs and improper payment or services. Abuse involves payment for items or services when there is no legal entitlement to that payment and the provider has not knowingly and/or intentionally misrepresented facts to obtain payment. Examples include: Use of transportation benefits for non-medical purposes. Click Report Fraud/Waste/Abuse to report online.
Testimonials - Jean
ely a part of that village. She first signed up with the health plan when she became pregnant with her daughter, Sophia. Regular prenatal check-ups lead to the discovery that Jean had gestational diabetes. But the diabetes didn’t go away after Sophia was born. As a new mom, Jean was hesitant to take medications. So she asked her Doctors if she could try to control her diabetes with lifestyle and diet changes instead. They agreed and set her up with a nutritionist and a company that mails glucose testing strips directly to her home. “My Doctors actually listened to my concerns and were very supportive,” the 41-year-old Rancho Cucamonga resident said. “It meant a lot to me because it showed they weren’t just treating my condition, they were treating me – the person.” When Jean struggled with behavioral health issues, her Doctors listened to her again. IEHP approved referrals for a therapist and continues to approve them as needed. Jean said she noticed a huge difference after attending sessions regularly. “If you’re not okay emotionally, then you can’t be okay physically,” she explained. And Jean added that Sophia’s Doctors are just as amazing as hers. Getting immunizations, check-ups and medicines for her 5-year-old are never an issue. And that goes a long way toward keeping both mom and daughter healthy and happy. “They know us by name whenever we go into the office for an appointment,” she said. “They’ve seen my daughter grow up and it’s like they’re part of our family now. Everyone there and at IEHP are taking very good care of us.”
technologies for individuals with disabilities by generating content that conforms to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act meeting the requirements within the Americans with Disabilities Act. As part of the development process and ongoing website maintenance, IEHP tests the site using assistive technologies, including screen readers, screen magnifiers, speech recognition software and text-only browsers. IEHP uses tools, such as the W3C HTML. Validator, WAVE by WebAIM and the Color Contrast Analyzer, to ensure the best experience possible for all visitors. Should you have any feedback or concerns related to the accessibility of this webpage and resources contained within it, please contact us via email at email@example.com If applicable, please include the web address, brief description of the issue encountered and your contact information.
Special Programs - Baby-N-Me
ne of 2018. This free app provides expectant mothers with clinically approved information and access to exclusive content based on their due date. IEHP Members can download this app in Google Play or Apple App stores. Flyers for Members: 2021 Baby-N-Me App - English (PDF) 2021 Baby-N-Me App - Spanish (PDF) You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader 6.0 or later to view the PDF files. You can download a free copy by clicking here.