Open enrollment for 2019 coverage begins on November 1, 2018 for individuals and families across Maine. Visit the Compare Plan Features to preview our 2019 health plans and choose the plan that’s right for you and your family.
As your partner for health, we are dedicated to providing affordable, high-quality benefits that promote health and wellbeing. You’ll find many of our special health programs and several new programs in our 2019 health plans.
Beginning in 2019, all Members will have access to our new Health Options Online, a confidential video and telephonic behavioral health counseling service. Health Options Online provides a convenient way for you to quickly see a mental health or substance use disorder specialists through a fully interactive, HIPAA-compliant platform through your smartphone, tablet, or computer.
Our Chronic Illness Support Program (CISP) is designed to help Members diagnosed with Diabetes, Asthma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Hypertension, and Coronary Artery Disease reduce financial barriers for pharmacy services and routine and usual care. Additionally, Members will have access to our Medical Management services at no additional cost.
Rx Savings is a free, confidential benefit that provides cost savings opportunities on your covered prescription drugs. To register for Rx Savings, please visit https://cho.rxsavingssolutions.com/.
Our broad network and easy-to-use online provider search tool includes every hospital in Maine, many New Hampshire and eastern Massachusetts providers, as well as select centers of excellence such as Dana Farber, Brigham and Women’s, and Boston Children’s Hospital. To find a provider, please visit https://www.healthoptions.org/individuals-families/doctors-hospitals/.
Open enrollment for 2019 health plan coverage runs from November 1 to December 15, 2018. Compare
plans and get a quote online today.
Every year Maine experiences statewide influenza activity. During just the first ten days of January 2018, Maine’s Health and Environmental Testing Laboratory had confirmed most strains were circulating throughout our 16 counties and they had followed up on 33 outbreaks.