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09/09/13

  • The Integrated Care Program (ICP) is expanding to four regions in the state.  Seniors and persons with disabilities will be required to enroll in the ICP if they receive Medicaid, but are not eligible for Medicare.
  • CN 13.18/S, Integrated Care Program Notice (pdf), will be mailed to persons who receive long term care services or home and community based services who are required to enroll in ICP. Persons are getting this notice because they will be sent enrollment material for the Integrated Care Program.
  • Persons who receive ICP enrollment material are required to enroll in ICP.
  • The enrollment material will give the deadline to enroll.  Persons who fail to enroll by the deadline will be automatically enrolled in a health plan.
  • For information on ICP, visit http:/www2.Illinois.gov/hfs/ManagedCare/Pages/ICPGuide.aspx or call 1-877-912-8880 (TTY: 1-866-565-8576) or contact the DHS Help Line at 1-800-843-6154 (TTY: 1-800-447-6404)

The Integrated Care Program (ICP) is expanding to allow more persons to enroll as we continue to meet the State's mission to comply with Public Act 96-1501, which requires 50% of Medicaid clients to be enrolled in a form of care coordination by January 2015. The Integrated Care Program (ICP) is expanding to four new regions in the state.

Regions Counties Health Plans Choices
Rockford Winnebago, Boone, and McHenry Aetna, IlliniCare, and Community Care Alliance of Illinois (CCAI)
Central Illinois (1) McLean, Logan, DeWitt, Sangamon, Macon, Christian, Piatt, Champaign, Vermillion, Ford, and Menard Health Alliance, Molina, and Macon County CCE
Central Illinois (2) Tazewill, Knox, Peoria, and Stark Health Alliance, Meridian, and Molina
Metro East Madison, St. Clair, and Clinton Meridian and Molina
Quad Cities Rock Island, Mercer, and Henry, IlliniCare, and Precedence CCE

Integrated Care Program Notice

CN 13.18/S, Integrated Care Program Notice (pdf), will be mailed, beginning in June 2013, to persons who receive long term care services or home and community based services if they receive Medicaid but are not eligible for Medicare. Persons receiving this notice will receive enrollment material for the Integrated Care Program.

Required to Enroll

Persons who receive ICP enrollment material are required to enroll in ICP.  The enrollment material will give a deadline to enroll.  Persons who fail to enroll by the deadline will be automatically enrolled in a health plan.

Persons with questions regarding ICP should visit http:/www2.Illinois.gov/hfs/ManagedCare/Pages/ICPGuide.aspx or call 1-877-912-8880 (TTY: 1-866-565-8576) or contact the DHS Help Line at 1-800-843-6154 (TTY: 1-800-447-6404).

Michelle R. B. Saddler

Secretary, Illinois Department of Human Services

Julie Hamos

Director, Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services

Form Referenced

CN 13.18/S