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Baptist Carroll County Announces Changes To Medicare Plans Accepted by the Hospital

Posted 12/4/18

HUNTINGDON (December 3) — Effective January 1, 2019, Baptist Memorial Hospital-Carroll County will no longer accept UnitedHealthCare Dual Complete plan insurance.UHC Dual Complete plan members …

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Baptist Carroll County Announces Changes To Medicare Plans Accepted by the Hospital

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HUNTINGDON (December 3) — Effective January 1, 2019, Baptist Memorial Hospital-Carroll County will no longer accept UnitedHealthCare Dual Complete plan insurance.
UHC Dual Complete plan members have until December 7, the end of the current Medicare open enrollment period, to make any changes to their insurance plans. Baptist Carroll County will continue to accept other Dual Special Needs plans.
Dual Special Needs plan members are eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid at the same time. People who qualify for Medicare are 65 years old or older or have certain disabilities. Those who qualify for Medicaid meet the income eligibility requirements for their state. For more information about open enrollment periods or plan options, please call 866-279-0696. 
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Carroll County has 70 beds and recently began offering access to cardiac specialists through Stern Cardiovascular Foundation, the largest cardiovascular research and health care group in the tristate region. Patients also can access stroke and critical care specialists 24 hours a day through TeleStroke and TeleGuardian eICU. For more information about Baptist Carroll County, please visit www.baptistonline.org/carroll-county.

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