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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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
Special Programs - My Path Palliative Care
centered care that optimizes quality of life by anticipating, preventing, and treating suffering. My Path addresses the Member’s needs, including physical, emotional, and spiritual, while facilitating Member autonomy, access to information, and choice. The My Path program consists of: a palliative care assessment and consultation; advanced care planning; individualized written plan of care; pain and symptom management; mental health and medical social services; care coordination; and a palliative care team. My Path Program Brochure (PDF) My Path Program - Pediatric Brochure (PDF) My Path Program Guidelines (PDF) My Path Program FAQs (PDF) My Path - A Palliative Care Approach (PDF) Certification of Advanced Disease (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.
COVID-19 - Resources
19. Below you will find resources and information on how to protect yourself and your loved ones during this time. How vaccines build immunity While the COVID-19 vaccines are relatively new - the technology and science behind the vaccines have been in development for decades. In the video below, we demonstrate how years of vaccine research and advanced technology allowed researchers and scientists worldwide to be prepared to develop an mRNA vaccine that could help fight the spread of a global infectious disease. COVID-19: Home isolation tips If you or someone in your household has been diagnosed with COVID-19, there are necessary steps you can take to reduce the risk of it spreading to those you live with. COVID-19: What to do when you're sick IEHP Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Karen Hansberger, is here to discuss what you need to do if you find yourself sick from COVID-19. Face Mask Resources Proper use of face coverings (CDC) How to make a homemade mask How to make your own face mask (whether or not you know how to sew) Refer to the following resources for information on self isolation during COVID-19. Riverside County COVID-19 Self Isolation Recommendations For IEHP DualChoice Members A healthcare fraud alert has been issued in relation to COVID-19 complaints. Scammers are giving COVID-19 tests to Medicare Members in trade for personal details. They are reaching out to Medicare Members by sales calls, social media platforms, and door to door visits. The personal details taken may be used to falsely bill Federal health care programs and the COVID-19 test kits may cause harm to Members. If you suspect COVID-19 fraud, call IEHP right away at: Compliance Hotline: (866) 355-9038 Fax: (909) 477-8536 E-mail: email@example.com Mail: IEHP Compliance Officer P.O. Box 1800 Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91729-1800 Click here to report a compliance issue online. Refer to the following websites/resources for more information on coronavirus (COVID-19). Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Riverside County Public Health San Bernardino Public Health State of California Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates CA COVID-19 Rent Relief Portal California Workplace Rights Immigrant Eligibility for Public Programs during COVID-19 Protections for Housing and Utility Shutoff Order ConnectIE Below you will find resources and information on local food pantries in your area. Riverside County Pantries: A list of food pantries in Riverside County San Bernardino County Pantries: A list of food pantries in San Bernardino County Connect IE: A free website that provides community resources 24/7. It can connect you to housing services, job training's, food pantries and more. High Desert Food Distribution:The High Desert is hosting a food distribution on the last Thursday of every month.
Medicaid Manged Care Explained
to know during this guide. What is Managed Care? Managed care is a healthcare delivery system used to manage quality, utilization, and cost. Managed care refers to a group of activities that helps lower the cost of offering for-profit healthcare services and health insurance while boosting the quality of healthcare services. IEHP is a managed health care plan that organizes care for their member. IEHP works with doctors, hospitals, and other health care Providers to give improved health care coordination and quality of care to the Members they serve. Medicaid Managed Care Medicaid managed care helps to provide Medicaid health benefits and other services through managed care organizations, also known as MCOs, and state Medicaid agencies. Managed care organizations accept a specific payment per member per month for their services. The main goals of Medicaid-managed care are to improve healthcare outcomes, healthcare quality, and health plan performance. How Does Managed Care Work? Managed-care plans tend to ask for less paperwork and offer a lower premium payment. The choice of treatment, drugs, and Doctors are limited. Healthcare providers, hospitals, and Doctors make plans with managed care plans to serve members at a lower rate. When you have a managed care plan, you are need to choose a primary care Doctor or PCP, who is part of the network, the doctor you choose will take care of all your medical needs, including annual exams, preventive care, and treatment for common illnesses. Your PCP will decide whether you need to be referred to a specialist like an oncologist. With a managed care plan, you cannot get coverage for specialist services without getting referred by your PCP. The cost for a managed care plan is typically less than a fee-for-service plan. You will typically pay a copayment every time you visit your doctor, as long as they are part of the plan network. This cost will depend on the type of managed health plan you choose. Choosing a Medicaid Health Plan MCO Medicaid can offer members the chance to select a health plan under Medicaid. Here is what you should look for in a Medicaid health plan: Excellent plan coverage. When you are looking for a Medicaid health plan, you should look for something that covers everything you could possibly need, including hospital stays, pregnancy, and newborn care, hospice and palliative care, emergency services, outpatient or ambulatory services, transgender services, mental health services, rehabilitative services, prescription drugs, lab services, preventative and wellness services, sensitive services, chronic illness management, substance use treatment services, dental services, vision services, pediatric services, telehealth services, non-medical transportation or NMT, non-emergency medical transportation or NEMT, and long-term services and supports or LTSS. Low premiums. Look for a Medicaid health plan that offers low to no premium payments. Some Medicaid plans offer a $0 monthly premium. Accessibility. You should also look for a Medicaid health plan accessible to you and others who need it, including children, adults, seniors, and those with disabilities who live in your area. What does IEHP offer? With IEHP, you also get access to: A network of more than 8,000 Doctors, Specialists and other health care Providers Care coordination 24-Hour Nurse Advice Line Vision services Urgent Care centers Healthy lifestyle classes and programs And so much more! If you need healthcare coverage, or have questions about what IEHP offers, call 1-866-294-4347, 8am-5pm Monday-Friday. TTY users should call 1-800-720-4347. You’ll speak to one of our friendly bilingual Enrollment Advisors.
Healthcare Scholarship Fund - Our Scholars
group of students from the Inland Empire. More than 30 recipient students grew up in the Inland Empire and more than 50% are first generation medical students and grew up in low-income households. Through the scholarship fund, aspiring healthcare professionals will be guided through the system and connected to the health plan’s provider network. This allows students to pursue successful careers in healthcare immediately after graduation to help support the region’s growing population. Loma Linda University School of Medicine Inland Empire Medical Community Service Awardees Class of 2022 Ye Jin Jeon Ye Jin's Why: “I applied for the Inland Empire Medical Community Service Award because the goal and priority to expand access to care and healthcare provider options for the Southern California region aligns with my calling. As a child growing up in the San Bernardino County, I saw the economic disproportion within my own neighborhood, and this compelled me…God has led me pursue my medical career” Class of 2024 Edwin Choque Edwin's Why: “Simply put, my heart lies in the Inland Empire. This community of individuals have fostered me and loved me since I was a child and all I can hope is to pay that love and care forward. . . . My dream is to be on the front lines as a representative for these individuals who frequently become marginalized…” University of California, Riverside Dean's Mission Recipients Four Year Award Elizabeth Celaya-Ojeda Elizabeth's Why: “I want to work particularly with the underserved in this area because I truly believe that being a physician is a privilege and with that there is a responsibility to be an advocate for those who are facing health disparities. I am particularly interested in providing care to underserved Native American and Hispanic communities. Not many healthcare providers are aware of the disparities these two communities face and I want to be an advocate for them, especially in the Inland Empire.” Alfonso Parocua Alfonso's Why: “Growing up, my family lacked meaningful access to healthcare and relied on a local free clinic as our only means of interacting with a physician. Through my personal experience with the free clinic, I developed a passion for service to the underserved communities who lack meaningful access to basic healthcare amenities due to low socioeconomic status. I sought opportunities that would allow me to pay my gratitude forward by becoming part of the solution to healthcare disparities in Inland Southern California. Through my volunteer efforts in free clinics and other community involvement programs, I witnessed the passion and dedication that health care providers and volunteers in the area have towards the underserved community. This realization deepened my connection to Inland Southern California because I was reminded so much of the health care professionals that helped my family when they couldn't help themselves.” Two Year Award Cesar Fortuna Cesar's Why: “A San Bernardino native, I have had the opportunity to volunteer in my community as a Spanish language translator for free clinics. Most patients I have spoken with fell into the category of uninsured, underinsured, or undocumented. It became clear the extent of need in this region when I would translate to the providers that this was the first-time dozens of our patients had ever seen a medical professional; however, this wasn’t uncommon. To these patients and their stories, I thank them because they inspire me to pursue Emergency Medicine where I can become a valuable player in providing care, providing resources, or providing comfort.” Lavinia Mitroi Lavinia's Why: “My goal of pursuing a career at the intersection of medicine and public health is driven by a desire to put patients and communities at the center of our health care system in the U.S. This desire was sparked most poignantly by my own experiences as an IEHP patient growing up in the Inland Empire. As I prepare for a future career as a pediatrician in this region, I hope to serve as an advocate for children and families, providing direct health services but also creating systems change.” Armando Navarro Armando's Why: “The earliest memory of my grandfather is him telling me, “Mijo, tienes que aprender Español para ayudar tu comunidad, you have to learn how to speak Spanish to help your community”. These words were often repeated to me by my grandfather who lamented the fact that he only spoke Spanish. I witnessed the health disparities affecting my community; doctors who did not speak Spanish, parents who could not afford a trip to the doctors’ office, and a healthcare system that was not inclusive of my community’s culture. I have a duty to give back to a school, a community, that has given me so much.” Christ Ordookhanian Christ's Why: “I see the medical profession through the lens of an individual who had lived through challenging times and witnessed how one individual provider can make such and impact when their heart is in the right place. My dedication to our underserved community stems from that of a lifelong mission I have set for myself which is to ensure I give back to a community that I am deeply associated with, they are my founding roots in the United States, and I vow to be at the forefront of the next generation of physicians that care and give the underserved hope.” University of California, Riverside Dean's Mission Recipients Daphne Du Daphne's Why: “I spent most of my life in underprivileged areas and saw firsthand how difficult healthcare access could be through inadequate financial resources, transportation, or translation services. Thanks to this investment in my studies, there is less stress in my life. I can focus on my studies and eventually give back to the community by becoming a physician who will advocate for patients without meaningful access to health care.” Judith Gonzales Judith's Why: “As a first-generation college student, there have always been many barriers in my path to higher education. I am the eldest daughter of an immigrant family, and it is truly an honor to be able to reach this point in my education and in my career, and to give back to my parents who have sacrificed so much for me and my sisters. Growing up in an underserved community showed me the long-lasting impacts of health inequities and strengthened my resolve to pursue a career in medicine. Working in the Inland Empire, I hope to not only address, but actively work towards combating the health inequity present in our communities.” Jordan Hough Jordan's Why: “Despite disadvantages encountered when living in a low-income community, I am grateful for the privilege I had in meeting physicians dedicated to their practice and willing to share that love through mentorship. These individuals have served as exemplary medical professionals and have encouraged me to follow in their footsteps. As a future physician, I aspire to empathetically care for patients by allowing my past experiences to enhance my understanding of their needs. I also plan to incorporate teaching into patient care by presenting opportunities for students to shadow and be mentored for a career in medicine.” Diana Martinez Diana's Why: “I am the daughter of Mexican Immigrants and grew up in Compton, California where I unfortunately was quickly desensitized to violence and was able to tell the difference between a firework and a gun shot. My mother had to travel a significant distance to ensure we had adequate healthcare. Despite these conditions, my parents always stressed education and did their best to give me what I needed. These life circumstances ignited my passion to serve those in disadvantaged communities, which I interacted with throughout my educational career. The Inland Empire Health Program Scholarship means I can achieve my dream –by practicing medicine in a community that deserves adequate, equitable, and accessible healthcare. I will serve as a bilingual physician in the Inland Empire that can serve families like my own and many more.”
Healthcare Scholarship Fund - About the Healthcare Scholarship Fund
p Fund is the health plan’s partnership with local academic institutions to help remove the barrier of debt for medical students and develop a growing workforce for healthcare professionals to care for the Inland Empire’s growing Medi-Cal population. Why is the Healthcare Scholarship Fund needed? According to the California Healthcare Foundation, the Inland Empire has one of the lowest ratios of Primary Care Physicians (PCPs) and specialty physicians per 100,000 people in California. In addition, the Inland Empire lacks adequate Specialty and Behavioral Health practitioner capacity to serve the current growing population. With the average cost of a four-year medical degree standing firm at $276,800, pursuing a career in the medical field is out of reach for more and more each year. The HSF will aid students by helping to remove the financial burden of medical school that often restricts the choices of many aspiring healthcare professionals and allow recipients to immediately pursue careers in healthcare. I am a student and am interested in becoming a Doctor, what should I do? Students interested in the IEHP Healthcare Scholarship Fund are encouraged to contact the academic institutions below for more information on how apply. While each institution may have differing eligibility requirements, all Healthcare Scholarship Fund scholarships require students commit to practicing in the Inland Empire for 5 years after graduation. Participating schools and programs include: Loma Linda University Medical School University of California Riverside California University of Science and Medicine
Gender Health - Gender Health
rse population of the Inland Empire has been estimated at almost 27,000 people. At Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP), we want you to get all the care you need with the respect you deserve. IEHP covers all medically necessary Medi-Cal covered Gender Health services. IEHP has Doctors and Specialist who have experience in gender health services. To find out more information, call IEHP Member Services at 1-800-440-IEHP (4347), Monday–Friday, 7am–7pm, and Saturday–Sunday, 8am–5pm. TTY users should call 1-800-718-4347. How to Get Started See your IEHP PCP on a regular basis. If you have not seen your Doctor yet or in a long time, set up a visit today. Your Doctor, the key to your overall health care, knows your health history and helps make sure you get the care you need. Your Doctor can refer you to Specialists, if needed. This includes any gender health options that meet your medical needs, so share your treatment goals with your Doctor. You can change your IEHP Doctor at any time. Benefits Talk to your Doctor about these Gender Health Benefits: Behavioral Health Services Hormone Replacement Therapy Surgeries and Procedures IEHP has a dedicated team of Care Managers who are familiar with Gender Health services and are ready to help with: Referrals to see a specialist Getting medical supplies Getting medicines Connecting you to community resources IEHP also provides non-clinical resources such as: Care Coordination Community and Legal Resources Demographic updates Family Support Groups Resources For education and training on gender health care, please access the following resources: Gender Health Brochure for Adults (PDF) Gender Health Brochure for Children (For Parents and Children under 18) (PDF) Clinical Guidelines (PDF) LGBTQ Resources (PDF) You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader 6.0 or later to view the PDF files. Download a free copy. Click Adobe Acrobat Reader.
How to Get Care
network is a group of Doctors, hospitals and other providers who work with IEHP. You must choose a PCP within 30 days from the time you become an IEHP Member. If you do not choose a PCP, IEHP will choose one for you. You may choose the same PCP or other PCPs for all family members in IEHP. If you have a Doctor you want to keep, or you want to find a new PCP, you can look in the IEHP Provider Directory. To help you choose the right one for you, PCPs listed in the IEHP network include their name, address, phone number, specialty, etc. If you change PCPs, you will get a new IEHP Member ID card in the mail. It will have the name of your new PCP. To change your PCP, call IEHP Member Services at 1-800-440-IEHP (4347), Monday–Friday, 7am–7pm, and Saturday–Sunday, 8am–5pm. TTY users should call 1-800-718-4347.
How to Get Care - How to Get Care
l care, like: Routine checkups Sick visits, such as colds, flu and fever Chronic illnesses, like asthma and diabetes Order medical tests Your Doctor also handles your preventive care, such as vaccines, shots, health screenings and other tests. Preventive care is about preventing disease. Regular checkups, even when you are not sick, can help your Doctor spot a health problem early, and treat it before it gets worse. 2. Getting care from a Specialist When you need specialty care, your Doctor will refer you to a Specialist. This is how referrals work: When the request is received by IEHP, a decision will be made within 5 business days for a regular referral. For an urgent referral, this is done within 72 business hours. For a regular referral, expect a letter from your medical group or IEHP within 2 days after a decision has been made. When the request is approved, call your Specialist to make an appointment. If the request is denied, talk to your Doctor or call IEHP Member Services at (800) 440-4347 or (800) 718-4347 (TTY) to learn more. 3. Getting your medicine You can fill your prescription at any IEHP contracted pharmacy. There are more than 760 pharmacies in our network. From major chains, like Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid, Walmart and many others. To find one close to you, check your IEHP Doctor Directory or click the Provider Search link. Helpful tips to help your treatment: Be sure to call the pharmacy five days before you run out of medicine. Take your medicine the way your Doctor tells you to. 4. Find a Doctor To find more information on Primary Care Physician's (PCPs), Specialists, Pharmacies, etc., click here to visit the Doctor search. 5. Getting help from Member Services If you need help, call IEHP Member Services at 1-800-440-IEHP (4347), Monday–Friday, 7am–7pm, and Saturday–Sunday, 8am–5pm. TTY users should call 1-800-718-4347. The call is toll free. If you reach IEHP Member Services after hours, you will be able to leave a secure voice message. Calls will be returned the next working day. If you call after midnight and leave a secure voice message, we will return your call the same working day. Resources Barriers to Care: We all have our own cultural, religious or health beliefs. This document includes some common beliefs that may keep you from getting the care you need—along with some facts to help you make informed decisions about your health.
COVID-19 - Mental Health
otions and how that balance (or imbalance) affects behavior and thoughts. What is stigma? There is still too much stigma surrounding behavioral and mental health. Historically, “crazy” or “mad” folks have been ostracized from society. This has been due to ignorance about mental health. Unfortunately, there is still too much fear and mis-understanding in our communities about mental health. Many people suffer from mental disorders. And given the current COVID-19 crisis, many more people will suffer from mental illness. Too many people suffer in silence with mental illness The statistics before COVID were about 1 in 5 people were diagnosed with a mental illness in America Those numbers will increase now during the COVID-19 crisis Mental Health includes wellness, self-care, emotional regulations, relationship issues, and parenting among other facets of everyday life Mental well-being is important to everyone Mental illness can happen to anyone Tips for staying mentally well during COVID-19 Self-care is critical: listen to your warning signs of struggling with your emotions and doing the basic things like showering, eating, sleeping, and exercise Do something that brings you enjoyment every day: play with your children or spouse, take walks, read a book, do something creative Connect with someone outside your home every day via telephone or other video technology Eat nutritiously, do not binge or eat too many sweets Avoid alcohol Continue to see your therapist via tele-health Continue to take care of your physical, financial, and spiritual needs Be patient with yourself and others Readily forgive yourself Exercise, do yoga, go for a walk. Stay active, but do not overdue it Remember that you are not alone. Many people are struggling or will struggle with mood and anxiety issues during this time . Reach out for help. Mental health help is available and we want you to seek help. Resources Psychiatry Walk-in Clinic (Montclair) Psychiatry Walk-in Clinic (Palm Desert) Teen Mental Health Guide A simple guide to manage stress
Community Resource Centers - FAQ
nters provide healthcare information, health education, fitness classes, and local resources to IEHP Members and the community. Our friendly bilingual staff are here to help you sign up for free classes, provide information on health benefits, learn about the health care system, and other local resources. We are conveniently located in Riverside, San Bernardino, and Victorville. Free services to everyone Walk-ins are welcome Interactive activities 2. What types of classes do you offer ? Fitness Classes: Stay active with Yoga, Zumba (all levels), Tai Chi, Line Dance, Yoga for Seniors & People with Disabilities, Meditation, Aerobic Box, Latin Dance, Strength and Conditioning and Kid fitness. Wellness Classes: Learn about topics like nutrition, healthy cooking, gardening, managing asthma symptoms, controlling diabetes, stress management, and classes for teens and kids too. Virtual classes: Enjoy fitness, learn about your health, and have fun with the whole family all from the comfort of your home. 3. What types of services do you offer? Assistance with benefits, Medi-Cal application process, health coverage, behavioral health services, local food pantries, job aid, transportation services, and much more. 4. How can I find resources online? IEHP Members and non-members can search for free or reduced cost services like medical care, food, job training, and more at www.connectie.org. 5. How can I connect to virtual classes? Click here to view the latest calendar. 6. If I’m not an IEHP Member, can I still join the classes? Yes! everyone is welcome. IEHP Members and non-members can participate in in-person or virtual classes. There are a few classes that are for IEHP Members only (see calendar for details). 7. Is there a fee to be part of the CRC or attend classes? All classes are absolutely FREE! 8. Do I need to register for a class and what are the requirements? There is no need to register. All classes are first come first serve, unless otherwise noted that pre-registration is required (see calendar for details). 9. How old do you have to be to participate in classes? Classes vary by age group. We offer children’s programs throughout the month (ages 0-5 and 4-11 with parents). In general, the fitness and health classes are for ages 12 and older, unless noted. Anyone under 18 years old (without a waiver signed by a parent/guardian*) must have an adult with them at all times. See the calendar for more details. *CRC Victorville location only 10. Do you have a daycare onsite? No. If you have any questions regarding children’s programming, please feel free to call and ask us at 1-866-228-4347. 11. Do I have to bring my own fitness equipment (yoga mats, etc.)? No. We offer classes that require little to no fitness equipment. 12. Is there a limit on how many classes I can take? There is no limit. 13. Can I be seen by a doctor at the CRC? No. However, our friendly and bilingual staff will assist you in finding a doctor if needed. Please call IEHP Member Services at 1-800-440-IEHP (4347), Monday–Friday, 7am–7pm, and Saturday–Sunday, 8am–5pm. TTY users should call 1-800-718-4347. 14. Do you offer classes for seniors and people with disabilities? Yes. We offer classes including but not limited to, Meditation, Yoga for Seniors and people with Disabilities, and Low-Impact Zumba Gold.
Helpful Information and Resources - Texting Program FAQ
to view or change your doctor. If you have a smartphone, you can download the IEHP Smart Care App in either Google Play or the App Store. You call IEHP Member Services at 1-800-440-IEHP (4347), Monday–Friday, 7am–7pm, and Saturday–Sunday, 8am–5pm. TTY users should call 1-800-718-4347. Watch this video to learn more. How do I find a Doctor, Urgent Care or Behavioral Health Provider? To find a list of providers in your area please visit https://search.iehp.org/. How do I make or change a doctor’s appointment? Please call your Doctor’s office to make/change an appointment. Your Doctor’s phone number is listed on your IEHP Member Card. How do I make an appointment with an eye doctor? For vision services, please call your Optometrist (Eye Doctor). Need to find an eye doctor? Click here https://search.iehp.org/ How do I print my IEHP Member Card or check my eligibility? You can login to the IEHP Member Portal to order (and print) your IEHP Member Card and check your eligibility. If you have a smartphone, you can download the IEHP Smart Care App in either Google Play or the App Store. You can also call IEHP Member Services at 1-800-440-IEHP (4347), 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday. TTY users should call 1-800-718-4347. Watch this video to learn more. How do I get more information on my Dental coverage? For dental coverage questions, please call Denti-Cal (dental program for Medi-Cal enrollees) at 1-800-322-6384 or visit https://dental.dhcs.ca.gov/ How do I change my address, phone or other contact information? You can login to the IEHP Member Portal to update your address or phone number. If you have a smartphone, you can download the IEHP Smart Care App in either either Google Play or the App Store. You can also call IEHP Member Services at 1-800-440-IEHP (4347), 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday. TTY users should call 1-800-718-4347. You should also contact your County Medi-Cal office to update your address or phone number. To report changes in Riverside County, call 1-877-410-8827 and in San Bernardino County, call 1-877-410-8829. Watch this video to learn more. How do I get information on enrollment in IEHP? You can contact our Enrollment Advisors at 1-866-294-4347 (or 1-800-720-4347 for TTY users), Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm. How can I cancel my benefits with IEHP? Call IEHP Member Services at 1-800-440-IEHP (4347), Monday–Friday, 7am–7pm, and Saturday–Sunday, 8am–5pm. TTY users should call 1-800-718-4347. I am no longer an IEHP Member, how can I unsubscribe from the texting program? Reply STOP at any time or text back STOP to 90902. I am not a Member of IEHP, how can I cancel future messages? Reply STOP at any time or text back STOP to 90902. I am receiving text messages in Spanish and I only speak English. Can I change my language? To receive future messages in English, reply back “English” to any of our messages. I am receiving text messages in English and I only speak Spanish. Can I change my language? To receive messages in Spanish, reply back “Spanish” to any of our messages. Does IEHP offer transportation? For information about your transportation benefit, please refer to your Member handbook. Medi-Cal Member Handbook IEHP DualChoice Member Handbook How do I obtain status on my prescription? For information on your prescription, please call your pharmacy. If you have a question about your medicine, please talk to your Doctor. How do I find a nearby pharmacy? For DualChoice Members click here. For Medi-Cal Members click here.
Weight Management - Weight Management
ur health goals. Eat Healthy, Be Active Class A class for Members who want to learn how to eat healthy and be active. Members will learn about reading food labels, meal planning, and making healthier choices. Format: Group Duration: 4 weeks (2 hours per week) Ages: Any age (anyone under 18 years old must be accompanied by parent or guardian) Call IEHP Health Education Department at 1-866-224-IEHP (4347) or 1-800-718-4347 for TTY users to sign up. Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) - Live the Life You Love Format: Online (small group) Duration: One year Ages: 18 years and over This online year-long lifestyle change program helps you make real changes that last. During the first 6 months, you will meet weekly with a small online group to learn how to make healthy choices into your life. In the second 6 months, you will meet monthly to practice what you have learned. No person is alike, so the program will be tailored to meet your needs and honor your customs and values. You will also be paired with a health coach for one year to help you set your goals, such as how to: Eat healthier Add physical activity into your daily life Reduce stress Improve problem-solving and coping skills Studies have shown that those who finish the program can lose weight and prevent Type 2 Diabetes. Small changes can have big results! Let's start living the best version of you and living the life you love. Find out if you qualify! Click here to visit the Skinny Gene Project online, or Text “DPP” to 313131, or Call Skinny Gene Project at (909) 922- 0022, Monday - Friday 8am – 5pm., or Email firstname.lastname@example.org Click on the video below to learn more about this program.
Helpful Information and Resources - IEHP Voice ID
HP! In early 2022, IEHP launched an innovative technology called IEHP Voice ID. This voice recognition system uses your voiceprints to identify you. Your speech tones can be stored in safe databases and later used to identify your unique voice—like fingerprints or facial scans. How will I benefit from using IEHP Voice ID? By opting in to IEHP Voice ID, you can save the time it would take to go through the series of questions to prove your identity. Each Member who uses IEHP Voice ID could cut the time to verify their identity from 3 minutes to less than 30 seconds! Using IEHP Voice ID streamlines each call—our Member Services representatives will know right away that they are talking to the right member. Is it safe? IEHP Voice ID is more secure than passwords, PINS, security questions, and older forms of security. The IEHP Voice ID system will send an alert if it finds copied speech or a recorded voiceprint. Voice biometrics experts say that a voiceprint is safer. It includes more than 100 unique behavioral traits of each person, such as accent, pitch, length of the vocal tract, and so on. How can I sign up for IEHP Voice ID? IEHP Members can call IEHP Member Services at 1-800-440-IEHP (4347), Monday–Friday, 7am–7pm, and Saturday–Sunday, 8am–5pm. TTY users should call 1-800-718-4347 to sign up for IEHP Voice ID. The use of this service is optional. It does not cost you anything to sign up.
Helpful Information and Resources - Interpreter Service
t Doctor visit? IEHP offers language interpreter services to all IEHP Members - and it's free! We will send an interpreter to your Doctor's office, so you'll have someone there who knows your language. We schedule interpreters for most any language, including American Sign Language. To schedule a language interpreter, call IEHP Member Services at least 5 days before your Doctor visit. To cancel your request, call at least 2 days before your Doctor visit. Call IEHP Member Services at 1-800-440-IEHP (4347), Monday–Friday, 7am–7pm, and Saturday–Sunday, 8am–5pm. TTY users should call 1-800-718-4347.
MediCal Long-Term Services and Supports
le Members to help them live independently in the community. You may qualify for the LTSS services listed below. In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) If you have a disability, are blind, or over 65 years old and not able to live in your home without help, you may qualify. Get help around the house and other daily care needs. With IHSS, you find your own caregivers to help with: Cooking meals and cleaning up Personal care services (such as bowel and bladder care, bathing, and grooming) Laundry and household cleaning, grocery shopping and errands, rides to Doctors visits To learn more about IHSS: San Bernardino County In-Home Supportive Services (877) 800-4544 (909) 252-4703 TTY, Monday-Friday, from 8am – 5pm Riverside County In-Home Supportive Services (888) 960-4477 (TTY 711), Monday - Friday, from 8am – 5pm Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP) MSSP is a case management program that provides Home and Community-Based Services to Medi-Cal eligible individuals. To be eligible, you must be 65 years of age or older, live within a site’s service area, be able to be served with MSSP’s cost limitations, be appropriate for care management services, currently eligible for Medi-Cal, and certified or certifiable for placement in a nursing facility. Services include: Adult day care/support center Housing assistance Chore and personal care assistance Protective supervision Care management Respite Transportation Meal Services Social Services This benefit is covered up to $4,285 per year. To learn more about MSSP: San Bernardino County Multipurpose Senior Services Program (877) 565-2020, 24-Hour Hotline (909) 891-3900 TTY, Monday-Friday, from 8am – 5pm Riverside County Multipurpose Senior Services Program (800) 510-2020 (951) 867-3800 (951) 697-4699 TTY, Monday-Friday, 8am – 5pm Community Based Adult Services (CBAS) CBAS is an outpatient, facility-based service program where people attend based on a schedule. It offers skilled nursing care, social services, therapies (including occupational, physical, and speech), personal care, family/caregiver training and support, nutrition services, transportation, and other services. We will pay for CBAS if you meet the eligibility criteria. Learn about Community Based Adult Services (PDF) Nursing Facility (NF) A NF is a place that provides care for people who cannot get care at home but who do not need to be in a hospital. Nursing care Care management Bed and board (daily meals) X-ray and laboratory Physical, speech and occupational therapy Drugs given to you as part of your plan of care. To learn more about these programs, call IEHP Member Services at 1-800-440-IEHP (4347), Monday–Friday, 7am–7pm, and Saturday–Sunday, 8am–5pm, TTY users should call 1-800-718-4347, and ask for the Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) Unit. Learn how IEHP helps Members transition back home (PDF) Here is placed a youtube LTSS Custodial Transitions Video Caregiver Resources in the Inland Empire By clicking on any of the links below, you will be leaving the IEHP website. Inland Caregiver Resource Center 1430 E Cooley Dr. Colton, CA 92324 (909) 514-1404 https://www.inlandcaregivers.com Services: Information and referral, family consultation, support groups, short-term counseling, educational workshops, respite and supplemental services. Alzheimer’s Greater Los Angeles 002 Iowa Ave, Suite 1072 Riverside, CA 92509 (909) 944-9146 https://www.alzgla.org Services: information and referral, 24/7 Hotline, Care Counselors, Early Stage Services, Memory Mornings, Support Groups, Community Education, and Advocacy. Senior Companions 600 West Fifth St. San Bernardino, CA 92410 (909) 384-5413 http://www.sbcity.org/cityhall/parks/senior_services/default.asp#SCP Senior Companions provide support to family caregivers. They assist with grocery shopping, transportation to medical appointments, meal preparation, encouraging clients to participate in daily activities, reminiscing, providing companionship and love. San Bernardino County Department of Aging and Adult Services 686 E. Mill St. San Bernardino, CA 92415 (909) 891-3900 http://hss.sbcounty.gov/daas/Default.aspx Services: Adult Protective Services, Family Caregiver Support, Long-Term Care Ombudsmen, Nutrition Services, Senior Employment Program, Information and Assistance Riverside County Office on Aging 6296 River Crest Dr., Suite K Riverside, CA 92507-0738 (951) 867-3800 https://www.rcaging.org Services: Care Coordination, Caregiving Resources, Care Transitions Intervention (CTI), Elder Abuse Education, Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP), Fit After 50, Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, Health Promotion, Legal Assistance, Nutrition, Senior Employment, Volunteer Services Community Access Center 6848 Magnolia Avenue, Suite 150 Riverside, CA, 92506 (951) 274-0358 http://www.ilcac.org/ Services: supportive services and independent living skills training. Rolling Start 1955 S. Hunt Street, Suite 101 San Bernardino, CA 92408 (909) 890-9516 http://www.rollingstart.com Services: disability information and referral, housing, independent living skills training, assistive technology, and advocacy. Alzheimer’s Association Ontario Office 3200 Inland Empire Blvd., Suite 280 Ontario, CA 91764 (909) 406-5376 https://alz.org/socal/about_us/our_regional_offices Palm Desert Office 74020 Alessandro Dr., Suite A Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 996-0006 https://alz.org/socal/about_us/our_regional_offices You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader 6.0 or later to view the PDF files. Download a free copy by clicking Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Medi-Cal Rights and Responsibilities
ghts: To be treated with respect, giving due consideration to your right to privacy and the need to maintain confidentiality of your medical records. To be given information about the plan and its services, including Covered Services, Practitioners, Providers, and Member rights and responsibilities. To be able to choose a PCP within IEHP’s network. To take part in decisions about your health care, including the right to refuse treatment. To voice grievances, verbally or in writing, about the organization or the care given. To provide feedback about the organization’s Member rights and responsibilities policies. To get care coordination. To request an appeal of decisions to deny, defer or limit services or benefits. To get oral interpretation services for their language. To get free legal help at your local legal aid office or other groups. To create advance directives. To have access to family planning services, Federally Qualified Health Centers, Indian Health Service Facilities, sexually transmitted disease services and Emergency Services outside IEHP’s network pursuant to federal law. To request a State Hearing, including instructions on how an expedited hearing is possible. To have access to, and where legal and appropriate, get copies of, amend or correct your Medical Record. To disenroll upon request. Members who can request expedited disenrollment include, but are not limited to, those getting services under the Foster Care or Adoption Assistance Programs and those with special health care needs. To access Minor Consent Services. To get written Member-informing materials in other formats (such as braille, large-size print and audio) upon request and in a timely fashion appropriate for the format being requested and in accordance with Welfare & Institutions Code Section 14182 (b)(12). To be free from any form of restraint or seclusion used as a means of coercion, discipline, convenience or retaliation. To learn about and discuss available treatment options and alternatives with regard to cost or benefit coverage, presented in a manner appropriate to your condition and ability to understand. To get a copy of your medical records, and request amendments or corrections, as specified in 45 Code of Federal Regulations §164.524 and 164.526. To freely exercise these rights without adversely affecting how you are treated by IEHP, Providers or the State. To have access to family planning services, Freestanding Birth Centers, Federally Qualified Health Centers, Indian Health Service Facilities, midwifery services, Rural Health Centers, sexually transmitted disease services and Emergency Services outside IEHP’s network pursuant to the federal law. If you have been getting care from a health care provider, you may have a right to keep him or her for a certain time period. Please contact IEHP Member Services, and if you have more questions, please contact the Department of Managed Health Care, which protects HMO consumers, by telephone at its toll-free number, 1-888-466-2219 (TTY) 1-877-688-9891, or online at https://www.dmhc.ca.gov/. As a Member of IEHP, you are responsible to: Be familiar with and ask questions about your health plan options, your health plan coverage limitations and exclusions, rules about the use of network providers, coverage and exclusions, rules, appropriate process to obtain information and process to appeal coverage decisions. If you have a question about your coverage, call IEHP Member Services at 1-800-440-IEHP (4347), Monday–Friday, 7am–7pm, and Saturday–Sunday, 8am–5pm. TTY users should call 1-800-718-4347. Follow the advice and care procedures requested by your Doctor and IEHP. If you have a question about these procedures, call IEHP Member Services at 1-800-440-IEHP (4347), Monday–Friday, 7am–7pm, and Saturday–Sunday, 8am–5pm. TTY users should call 1-800-718-4347. Request interpreter services at least 5 working days before a scheduled appointment. Call your Doctor or pharmacy at least 3 days before you run out of medicine. Cooperate with your Doctor and staff and treat them and other patients with respect. This includes being on time for your visits or calling your Doctor if you need to cancel or set up a new appointment. Understand that your Doctor’s office may have limited seating for patients and caregivers only. Give accurate data to IEHP, your Doctor, and any other provider. This helps you get better care. Understand your health care needs and be part of your health care decisions. Ask your Doctor questions if you do not understand. Work with your Doctor to make plans for your health care. Follow the plans and instructions for care that you have agreed on with your Doctor. Notify IEHP and your Doctor if you want to stop the plans and instructions you have agreed on or no longer want to participate in health management programs. Immunize your children by age 2 years and always keep your children’s vaccines up to date. Call your Doctor when you need routine or urgent health care. Care for your own health. Live an active life, exercise, have a good diet, and don’t smoke. Avoid knowingly spreading disease to others. Use IEHP’s grievance process to file a complaint. Call IEHP Member Services at 1-800-440-IEHP (4347), Monday–Friday, 7am–7pm, and Saturday–Sunday, 8am–5pm. TTY users should call 1-800-718-4347 to file a complaint (grievance or appeal). Report any fraud, waste or abuse to IEHP by calling the Compliance Hotline at (866) 355-9038 or the proper authorities. Understand that there are risks in getting health care and limits to what can be done for you medically. Understand that it is a health care provider’s duty to be efficient and fair in caring for you as well as other patients.
ur top priority. We’ll continue to update this web page with the latest information and instruction regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19). Announcements 5/02/22: The FDA extended the expiration dates for a number of antigen over-the-counter COVID-19 test kits. Watch this video to learn more. 2/15/21: Effective February 16, 2022, the state of California will no longer require vaccinated people to wear masks indoors in public places. Unvaccinated people are still required to wear masks indoors. Masking indoors will only be “strongly recommended” by the State for those who are vaccinated. Click here to learn more. 2/4/21: On January 31, 2022, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the second COVID-19 vaccine - Moderna’s Spikevax vaccine (widely known as the Moderna vaccine). The Spikevax vaccine, is now approved for use in people ages 18 and older. Click here to learn more. 1/19/21: Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order one free COVID-19 test kit, which includes four at-home tests. The tests are completely free. Click here to order your free at-home tests. 1/07/21: The recent rise of the Omicron variant further stresses the importance of COVID vaccines, boosters, and preventive efforts (use of masks) are needed to protect against COVID-19. Schedule your vaccine today: www.myturn.ca.gov 1/06/21: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention expands booster shot eligibility for 12–17-year-olds. Click here to learn more. 10/29/21: The Food and Drug Administration authorizes Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use in children 5 through 11 years of age. Click the link to make an appointment. https://myturn.ca.gov/ 9/23/21: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorizes a booster shot of Pfizer BioNTech COVID vaccine for the following populations: people 65 years of age or older, people 18-64 years of age at high risk of severe COVID-19, and people 18-64 years of age whose frequent institutional or occupational exposure to SARS-CoV-2 puts them at high risk of serious complications of COVID-19. Click here to learn more. 8/17/21: The FDA amended the emergency use of Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to allow an additional dose to be given to people with moderately to severely compromised immune systems after the initial 2-dose series. Click here to learn more. 8/17/21: The CDC recommends the COVID-19 vaccine for people who are pregnant, breastfeeding, trying to get pregnant or may become pregnant in the future. Unvaccinated women who are pregnant or were recently pregnant are more likely to get severely ill with COVID-19 compared with non-pregnant women. Click here to learn more. 8/06/21: Nearly all COVID deaths in the US are now among the unvaccinated. Protect yourself from the new surge in our region. Get vaccinated. Click here to make an appointment. 5/20/21: On June 15th, fully vaccinated Californians can go mask-free in most indoor settings. Click here for more information. 5/20/21: San Bernardino County urges residents to get vaccinated for COVID-19. Walk-ups are now allowed at all County-operated sites and many private-run sites. Getting protected could not be easier. Click here for more information. 5/13/21: The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is now available for children ages 12-15. Click here to make an appointment. 4/26/21: Riverside County reinstates the use of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Click here to learn more. 4/16/21: Riverside and San Bernardino County temporarily pause the use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine in accordance with recommendations made by state and federal health agencies. Click here to learn more. 4/7/21: San Bernardino County residents ages 16+ are now eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Click here to make an appointment. 4/6/21: Riverside County residents ages 16+ are now eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Click here to make an appointment. 4/1/21: Omnitrans is offering San Bernardino county residents two FREE shuttle services to those with COVID-19 vaccine appointments in Ontario and San Bernardino. Click here for more information. 3/29/21: Starting April 1st, Riverside and San Bernardino County residents 50+ can get the COVID-19 vaccine and on April 15th all residents 16+ can get the vaccine. To make appointment, click on your county below. Riverside county San Bernardino county 3/29/21: San Bernardino County residents who accompany an eligible family member to an appointment are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, even if they don’t fall into an eligible category. Residents must have an appointment at the same location and at approximately the same time as their eligible family member. Click here to make an appointment. 3/19/21: San Bernardino County residents that are high risk or disabled do not need to show proof of eligibility to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Residents will only be asked to self-attest to their eligibility. Click here to learn more. 3/12/21: Starting next week, San Bernardino County residents ages 16-64 with underlying medical conditions and/or a disability will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. Click here to learn more. 3/10/21: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued new guidance that allows people who are fully vaccinated to gather with each other without wearing masks. Click here to learn more. 3/03/21: San Bernardino County opens COVID vaccine appointments for food and agriculture workers. Click here to learn more. 2/26/21: To support COVID-19 vaccination efforts, IEHP partnered with San Bernardino County to open a new vaccine site at our headquarters in Rancho Cucamonga. Appointments are required and can be made at SBCovid19.com/vaccine. 2/17/21: San Bernardino County announces additional vaccine sites for seniors 65+ interested in getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Click here for more information. 2/10/21: San Bernardino County residents 65+ are urged to sign up to be notified when new COVID-19 vaccine appointments become available. Click here to sign up. 2/1/21: Riverside County residents who received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at a county clinic will be contacted by the county health officials to schedule their second dose. Click here to learn more. 1/29/21: Riverside County has appointments available for residents 85+ who are interested in getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Click here to view available appointments. 1/25/21: California has lifted the regional stay-at-home orders issued in December, moving San Bernardino and Riverside County back into the purple tier. Residents are urged to continue safe practices, avoiding crowds, and wearing a mask when leaving home. In addition, increased testing will help the counties move into the next level of the state’s reopening plan. 1/22/21: Riverside County will open appointments Saturday, January 23rd for the upcoming COVID-19 vaccine clinics. Click here to register. 1/15/21: San Bernardino County residents ages 65 and over are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. Click here for vaccine locations and registration. 1/14/21: Riverside county residents 65 and over can now get vaccinated for COVID-19 at various locations throughout the county. Click here for more information. Click here to view additional announcements Local Resources San Bernardino County 2-1-1 San Bernardino County Wic Riverside County Wic
Awards and Recognitions
ence and access to care for the low-income working residents of the Inland Empire. These recognitions honor our steadfast commitment to improving access to quality, wellness-based healthcare services when and where members need it. NCQA Accreditation IEHP was the first Medicaid-only health plan in California to earn accreditation from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) for its Medi-Cal health plan, in 2000. We have retained NCQA accreditation every year since. Innovation Awards from DHCS In November 2021, IEHP received the “Innovation Award - Runner Up 2021” for the Medi-Cal PCP Auto Assignment Redesign, which focused on directing Members to Providers with higher quality scores. In November 2020, IEHP was awarded the prestigious California Department of Healthcare Services (DHCS) Innovation Award. The award was based on IEHP’s groundbreaking work using location intelligence to reach high-risk members and providers in geographic areas affected by power outages, wildfires, and other natural disasters. This is the fourth time the health plan has received this honor. In 2018, IEHP received the Innovation Award from Department of Health Care Services (DHCS), for its Housing Initiative, which provides permanent supportive housing and intensive case management services to homeless, high utilizing Members. In October 2017 IEHP won a California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) Innovation Award for improving the health of low-income members through a program that coordinates their complex physical and behavioral health care needs across the healthcare system in Riverside and San Bernardino counties. In 2015 IEHP won the first annual Innovation Award from DHCS for its Transitional Care Program, which strives to reduce emergency room usage and curtails the re-admission rates of members recently discharged from the hospital IEHP Receives the CORE Certification Seal In April 2022, IEHP received the CORE Certification Seal for the Eligibility & Benefits, Claim Status, and Payment & Remittance CAQH CORE Operating Rule Sets. As a CAQH CORE-certified entity, IEHP has demonstrated that they follow a set of national operating rules and standards which improve business processes in healthcare — going above and beyond what is federally required. The CORE Seal is widely recognized as the industry gold standard. IEHP Receives Rancho Cucamonga Fire District’s Business Partner of the Year Award In September 2021, IEHP was awarded Business Partner of the Year by the Rancho Cucamonga Fire District at the City’s Fire and Police Recognition. The distinguished award recognizes the health plan’s partnership with the City and County of San Bernardino to host an ongoing super vaccine clinic at the health plan’s headquarters. IEHP Receives Health Equity Award for Engaging Communication In 2020, IEHP received the Health Equity Award for their ability to engage and connect with members via text message during Governor Newsom’s social isolation order. The award was given by mPulse Mobile, a leader in conversational AI solutions for healthcare, during their annual Activate Awards. Click here to learn more. IEHP DualChoice Cal MediConnect Plan Earns Top Customer Satisfaction Score in the Nation The IEHP DualChoice Cal MediConnect Plan had the third-highest score in the country in the 2016 MMP CAHPS survey from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), which assesses the experiences patients have with their health plans. In 2016 there were 40 Medicare-Medicaid Plans (MMP) in the nation (called Cal MediConnect plans in California). Annual Excellence Award In 2016, IEHP received the Excellence Award from the Pharmacy Benefit Management Institute (PBMI) for its Pharmacy Pay for Performance Program, which leverages IEHP network pharmacies to offer clinical education to its members. Top Physician Satisfaction Doctors and other medical providers ranked IEHP at or above the 90th percentile in most areas on a 2016 satisfaction survey administered by an independent survey vendor. They ranked IEHP at the: 99th percentile for “IEHP Compared to All Other Health Plans” 98th percentile for “Overall Satisfaction with Call Center Staff” 98th percentile for “Overall Satisfaction with Financial Services” 97th percentile for “Recommend IEHP to Other Physicians’ Practices” IEHP Receives Workplace of the Year Award from Advisory Board in March 2018 Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) has been awarded the Advisory Board 2018 Workplace of the Year Award. The annual award recognizes hospitals and health systems nationwide that have outstanding levels of employee engagement. IEHP is one of only 20 organizations nationwide to receive the award. Favorite Employer IEHP was voted “Favorite Overall Company to Work For,” “Favorite Training Program” and “Favorite Workplace Culture” by Los Angeles News Group Readers in the 2014 Winning Workplaces survey. “Access to Caring” Award IEHP was recognized for making a difference in advancing health care access and availability to people with disabilities by the Western University of Health Sciences, in 2014. Energy Star Award for Superior Energy Performance IEHP’s corporate headquarters (“The Atrium”) in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. earned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR® certification for superior energy performance in 2017, demonstrating IEHP’s commitment to continued energy savings and environmental responsibility. “Gold Standard” Certification for Electronic Payments and Claims Processing In 2016 IEHP achieved Phase III certification for accurate and efficient electronic provider payments and claims reconciliation from the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH) and the Committee on Operating Rules for Information Exchange (CORE). The voluntary certification is widely viewed as the industry “gold standard” for provider payments and claims processing.