Is PacificSource the same as OHP?

Is PacificSource the same as OHP?

PacificSource is your As a PacificSource Community Solutions member, you have access to all benefits covered under the Oregon Health Plan (OHP) at no cost to you. These benefits include medical, dental, behavioral health, substance use, and non-emergency medical transportation services.

How do I cancel my PacificSource insurance?

You can reach us at 888-977-9299 or [email protected].

Does OHSU take PacificSource?

Legacy Health and the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) health system are working with PacificSource to introduce new health plan product offerings to the market beginning January, 2020. Combined, employers provide health coverage for nearly one million residents within Portland’s tri-county region.

What kind of insurance is PacificSource?

PacificSource offers Medicare Advantage plans under the name PacificSource Medicare. They employ 1,000 people and serve more than 300,000 members throughout the Northwest. PacificSource is a not-for-profit community health plan founded in 1933 by a group of physicians in Oregon to improve healthcare quality and access.

Does PacificSource cover vasectomy?

Preventive Services Vasectomies will no longer be covered in full on HSA eligible plans.

Is PacificSource an HMO?

PacificSource offers HMO, HMO-POS, and PPO Medicare Advantage plans in Oregon and Idaho. PacificSource plans include extra coverage for fitness, hearing, vision, and more. Many PacificSource plans include prescription drug coverage, and some come with no monthly premium.

Does PacificSource cover tonsillectomy?

Coverage of Surgical Treatment of Sleep Disorders: Tonsillectomy and/or adenoidectomy for members under age 18 with sleep apnea: Preauthorization is not required.

Is PacificSource an HMO or PPO?

PacificSource Medicare offers Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans in the form of Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs) or Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs).

Is PacificSource a PPO?

This plan’s premium is $0 This is a Medicare Advantage PPO (Preferred Provider Organization) plan. As a member of this plan, you have the freedom to see in-network and out-of-network providers.

What counties does Pacific Source cover?

following counties: Clark, Pierce, Spokane, and Thurston. For more information contact a Coverage Advisor at (855) 330-2792 or by email at [email protected]. Out-of-network services are covered up to an allowed amount. After that amount is reached, members may be subject to balance billing.

What is open card OHP?

Open card – If a member doesn’t have a CCO, they have open card. They can see any providers who accept Oregon Health Plan coverage. Open enrollment – A period of time during the year when you can sign up for private health care. You can apply for OHP at any time during the year.

How do I contact PacificSource pharmacy services?

PacificSource Medicare Attn: Pharmacy Services Department PO Box 7469 Bend, OR 97708 For general questions about your Prescription Drug Coverage OR to initiate a Coverage Determination, you can contact us via our secure messaging system at: [email protected].

Who is covered by PacificSource insurance?

You are covered by PacificSource insurance through the Oregon Health Plan (Medicaid) in Central Oregon, the Columbia Gorge, and Lane, Marion, or Polk counties. You are traveling to a covered healthcare appointment or other health care service, such as Health-Related Services.

Where can I find information about PacificSource’s provider Bulletin?

Our Provider Bulletin offers information about what’s happening with PacificSource and the healthcare industry, as well as specific updates for commercial, Medicare, and Medicaid plans and patients. Current and recent articles can be found on our Articles page .

Why choose PacificSource?

We’re part of the local community, and we’re here to help you get the healthcare you need to live the life you want. Since 1933, PacificSource has built a reputation for putting the focus on customers. That includes you. Let us know how we can help.