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UnitedHealthcare Indiana Hoosier Care Connect Frequently Asked Questions

If you are not enrolled in Indiana Medicaid, you may be eligible. To find out if you qualify or have questions about your current coverage, visit, call 1-800-403-0864, or visit a local FSSA office. A list of office locations can be found here.

Yes, you will get a member ID card from UnitedHealthcare Community Plan. Every family member enrolled with Hoosier Care Connect should have their own ID card.

You will need your member ID card for all visits to the doctor, hospital, and pharmacist. If you have not received your ID cards within one week of your effective date of enrollment with UnitedHealthcare Community Plan, please contact Member Services at 1-800-832-4643. If you are hearing or speech impaired, please call TTY 711.

We will be happy to send you a new one. Please contact Member Services toll-free, at 1-800-832-4643. If you are hearing or speech impaired, dial TTY: 711. You can also go to, register and print a copy of your card.

If you move, you will need to contact the State of Indiana to notify them. Visit call 1-800-403-0864.

UnitedHealthcare Community Plan
2955 N. Meridian Street, Suite 401
Indianapolis, IN 46208

Medicaid is a program funded by the federal and state governments, which pays for medical care for those who qualify. For more information about the different programs available in Indiana, visit

We want to hear from our members about any questions, complaints or concerns you may have. If you have a grievance, please call Member Services toll-free, at 1-800-832-4643, TTY 711.

If you are not happy with your care or treatment by Member Services, Care Manager, or a provider, you may file a grievance. You may file a complaint or grievance against us (the health plan) or a provider with us at any time.

Members may file a grievance verbally with Member Services from 8 am to 8 pm EST, Monday through Friday, at 1-800-832-4643, TTY 711. All members can file a grievance through this process.

You can also send a letter. Please include your name, address, ID number, the reason for your grievance, and any other information you think is important. That address is:

UnitedHealthcare Grievances and Appeals
P.O. Box 31364
Salt Lake City, UT 84131-0364

You have other rights that include appeals and a State Fair Hearing. For detailed information about complaints and appeals, contact Member Services or view the Appeals and Grievances section of the Member Handbook.

If you think fraud, waste or abuse is going on, call the UHC Fraud Hotline at 1-844-359-7736. You can also call Member Services at 1-800-832-4643. We will not use your name in your report. You will not get in trouble for reporting this. We will look into the matter for you. The State of Indiana also has a fraud, waste and abuse toll-free hotline. You can call 1-800-403-0864. Reports can be made anonymously. TTY users may dial 711 for all options. 

For more information or to report online go here

No. All covered services are free. Call us right away if you get a bill. 

No. All covered medications are at no cost to you. Call us right away if you are paying for your medicine. 

Our members can access many special services and programs. Contact Member Services for more information. We offer:

  • Fitness membership to all fitness clubs in our One Pass network. Visit one or use them all! This includes:
    • many gyms and national fitness centers like YMCA and Planet Fitness
    • over 20,000 online fitness classes like Daily Burn and Yoga Works
  • Doctor Chat: Virtual visits are available 24/7, no appointment needed
  • Nurse Line: Call a nurse for advice 24/7
  • Alternative Healing: Get reimbursed for things like herbal remedies, acupuncture, massage, or special vitamins
  • Monthly caregiver phone calls to support those caring for others
  • Essentials Box: Connect with us and get a little help with cleaning, hygiene, and food items that help your budget
  • Mom’s Meals: Get 14 meals delivered to your home so you can eat well while healing after a hospital stay. This program is also open to members who need short-term help getting groceries.
  • Help connecting with resources for:
    • Free mobile phone and service
    • Internet and computer equipment at lower costs
    • SNAP, EBT and WIC support
    • Food pantries
    • Utility help
    • High school diploma prep
    • Quit support for tobacco, alcohol or drugs
    • Friends and family mileage reimbursement program
    • And more
  • Mental health and well-being: Free app that has cool tools to help you track your mood, find ways to cope with stress and connect with others
  • Rewards for healthy activities like getting an annual check-up
  • Free rides to food pantries
  • Free extra stop at the pharmacy to pick up medicine after a doctor appointment
  • Free rides to WIC and DFR appointments
  • On My Way: Free app for foster children and others who are nearing adulthood
  • – online dictionary for medical terms explained in a plain and clear way
  • Community Health Workers: Face-to-face support when you need it
  • Healthy First Steps: A free program for pregnant moms
  • Member Advisory Committee: Let us know how we are doing. Learn more about your Hoosier Care Connect benefits. Attend by phone or in person.

All foster children have an assigned care manager at the health plan. To find out who your care manager is, call Member Services. We will get you connected. You may coordinate and schedule appointments, learn about covered benefits, including special therapy services, enhanced programs and, if needed, a customized plan of care.  There are certain changes to your foster child’s record that can only be made by your assigned Family Case Manager. Share your Family Case Manager’s contact info with us so that we can more easily help you get the care your foster child needs. 

You should have a member ID card. On it you will see a 12-digit number ending in 99. This is the ID number assigned to you by the State of Indiana. Your member ID card also lists your primary medical provider. That is the main doctor that you see for your health care needs. If you do not have a member ID card please call Member Services. We will send a new card to you. 

Yes! You may visit the Google or Apple Apps store from your smartphone. Download the UnitedHealthcare Mobile App1. This includes a digital ID card so that you always have it. You will also be able to see claims and access care. We have a Nurse Line and a Doctor Chat app available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

There are many free and private options for email accounts. The two most popular are Yahoo and Gmail. Those instructions are listed below. Need help? Call Member Services at 1-800-832-4643. TTY users may dial 711. We can help you set up an account.

To sign up for a Yahoo mail account:

  • Visit the account creation page (link “account creation page” to:
  • Enter your full name, your desired email address and password, and your birth year.
  • Click Continue and follow the prompts to finish setting up your account

To create a Gmail account, visit From there:

  • Enter your first and last name.
  • Type in your chosen username. This will be the first part of your email address (the part that comes before
  • Enter your password, then type it again in the Confirm box. Your password must be at least 8 characters long and contain a mixture of letters, numbers, and other symbols.
  • Click Next.
  • If you like, enter a recovery email address and phone number in case you get locked out of your new email address. These steps are optional.
  • Enter your birthdate and gender.
  • Click Next again.
  • Review the terms and services and click I Agree. Enjoy your new free Gmail account!

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