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California health plans
Looking for low-cost or no-cost health insurance? We offer Medicaid plans. We also offer dual health plans for people with both Medicaid and Medicare.
UnitedHealthcare Medi-Cal is no longer active as of January 1, 2023.
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UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of California provides Medi-Cal coverage to children, pregnant women, families, adults and seniors who meet income requirements. We also offer support to adults with special health care needs.
UnitedHealthcare Medi-Cal is no longer active as of January 1, 2023
- UnitedHealthcare Medi-Cal is no longer active as of January 1, 2023. If your question is regarding services received prior to January 1, 2023, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions. To lean more about your health plan choices call Health Care Options at 1-800-430-4263 for TTY 1-800-430-7077 Monday – Friday 8 am to 6 pm, local time or go to www.healthcareoptions.dhcs.ca.gov. You may contact the Ombudsman at 1-888-452-8609 Monday – Friday 8am to 5pm, local time, or by email MMCDOmbudsmanOffice@dhcs.ca.gov.
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Dual eligible plans
What is D-SNP?
A dual eligible plan is a type of health insurance plan for people who have both Medicaid and Medicare. It works together with your Medicaid health plan. You'll keep all your Medicaid benefits. Most dual plans also give you more benefits and features than you get with Original Medicare. All for a $0 plan premium.
Who is eligible?
When can you enroll?
The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) happens once a year in the fall. If you qualify for a dual eligible plan, you may not have to wait.
You may be able to enroll right away if you
- Are 65 and newly eligible for Medicare or have a qualifying disability
- Are retiring and losing your current coverage
- Have moved out of your current Medicare plan's service area
- Have a chronic condition like diabetes or chronic heart failures
- Receive Medicaid benefits