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COVID-19 At-home Test for Free

Samaritan will be following the recent government ruling that provides members with 100% coverage for up to eight individual at-home COVID-19 tests per month. We are working with our Pharmacy team to ensure these tests will process at no cost to you. We hope this is ready by Jan. 15. In the event it is not, you may submit any tests purchased on or after Jan 15, for reimbursement to the plan. Please keep an eye on our website as that will have the most up-to-date information.

Learn About Your New Advantage Benefits Debit Card

New for 2022! You now have a prepaid debit card you can use to pay for certain dental, vision, hearing and over-the-counter items.

For details about what your card covers and how it works, select your plan below.

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Are you curious about your over-the-counter benefits? Review the drug list for qualifying items.

2022 Over-the-Counter-Drug List

If you purchased an over-the-counter item before you received your benefits card, your card did not work, or an item was not covered when you think it should have been, you can request reimbursement by completing this form. 

Reimbursement Claim Form

Do you need to replace a benefit card that was lost, stolen or not received?

Go to MyHealthPlan.samhealth.org, log in and then click on the button that says, “Benefit Card Login”. Once in the portal, you can report the first card sent as lost or stolen and a new card will be mailed to you. Another option is to contact Customer Service and request a new card be mailed.

 

Member Resources

Review your member rights, learn how to file a grievance, find additional resources and more.
 

Call Our Nurse Advice Line

When you have health questions, our Care Together Nurse Advice Line is available 24/7 to help you – as a service to Samaritan Health Plans members.

  • Understand your symptoms.
  • Decide the best place to go for care.
  • Learn more about a diagnosis.
  • Explore your treatment options.
  • Understand your medications.

Call toll free: 844-219-3816 (TTY 800-735-2900)

For emergencies, call 911 immediately.

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Care Together From Samaritan

Samaritan Health Plans knows that sometimes managing your health can feel overwhelming. We offer you the chance to join our member program, Care Together. We provide one-on-one, personalized support for your health care needs. By completing a Health Risk Assessment (HRA), you will get a customized care plan that can give you extra help in areas where you need it most. 
With Care Together, you will have help from a team of health care experts for support with:

  • Understanding your medications.
  • Getting answers to questions you have about your health or treatment.
  • Finding out what you can do to feel better.
  • Identifying areas where additional support can be offered by completing the annual Health Risk Assessment. 

Care Together also helps with: 

  • Appointment reminders and arranging transportation, if needed.
  • Coordinating follow-up with specialists or other services. 
  • Understanding and following instructions from your doctors and other health experts. 
  • Access to a 24/7 nurse advice line if you are sick, hurt or have an urgent health question.

Learn more about Care Together at 844-219-3816 (TTY 800-735-2900), Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. You can also complete your Health Risk Assessment online. When you complete your HRA, you will get a personalized care plan.

 
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MyHealthPlan

Your member portal, MyHealthPlan, provides you with secure, 24/7 access to valuable information about your health plan benefits. Visit today to view:

  • Claims processed by your health plan.
  • Details about your eligibility.
  • The amount you have met toward your deductibles and plan limits.  
Page updated 5/4/2022