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We want your coordinated care organization (CCO) to coordinate your medical, dental and behavioral health care. But you can ask for fee-for-service OHP if you have a serious medical reason to see a provider outside your CCO's network.
If not, please talk to them about your health care needs.
If you don't know, ask.
If they only work with local CCOs, getting fee-for-service OHP will not help you get the care you need.
If you only want fee-for-service OHP so that you can keep seeing a behavioral health provider:
Your CCO can cover some or none your care, depending on the type of provider you need for fee-for-service coverage.
You will need to get proof from your provider that you are:
That provider needs to ask OHP for approval. Your provider will need to send OHA forms and proof that you need temporary fee-for-service coverage to stay healthy. This includes:
Your provider will talk to OHP about the request.
You will get a letter.
If you still need temporary open card coverage after your 6 to 12 month approval period ends:
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