What is MyCare Ohio?
MyCare Ohio is a program that helps improve the way your Medicare and Medicaid benefits work together.
How do I know if I am eligible for MyCare Ohio?
If you are eligible for MyCare Ohio, you will receive a letter from the Ohio Department of Medicaid telling you that you are eligible. Learn more about eligibility.
How do I choose a health plan?
Your eligibility letter will tell you when you must select a health plan to provide both your Medicaid and Medicare benefits. Molina Dual Options is one of the plans you can choose. You have the right to choose the health plan that is best for you. However, if you do not choose a plan, one will be chosen for you.
What are the extra benefits of the Molina Dual Options plan?
Molina Dual Options offers extra benefits to our members:
- You pay nothing for 30 rides, or legs, each calendar year to plan-approved appointments.
- You get $20 a month to spend on over-the-counter items.
- You get $0 copays on all prescription drugs.
Also, the plan is designed to make your Medicaid and Medicare benefits work together better. That means one ID card, one toll-free Member Services phone number and a Care Manager to help coordinate all your needed services.
How do I enroll?
Contact the Ohio Medicaid Hotline to choose your health plan.
Phone: (800) 324-8680 (TTY (800) 292-3572)
Representatives are available from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. Monday to Friday and 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Saturday.
Do I have to participate in MyCare Ohio?
If you do not want to get your Medicare benefits from a MyCare Ohio plan, tell a representative when you call the Ohio Medicaid Hotline. You will continue to get your Medicare benefits the same way you do today.
You will still be enrolled in a MyCare Ohio health plan for your Medicaid benefits. We call this plan Molina MyCare Ohio Medicaid.
Think carefully about choosing not to get your Medicare benefits from a MyCare Ohio plan. Molina Dual Options has extra benefits for members who get both their Medicare and Medicaid benefits from Molina Dual Options.