Two Important Updates from Anthem

SOCA MEWA Renewal Process Guide

Take a moment to look through this step-by-step guide for processing your 5/1 SOCA BP renewals within the FormFire system.

If you have any questions, please contact your Cornerstone Broker Advisor.

Click here to access the guide.

Group and Individual Clients Moving to IngenioRx Effective 7/1

Anthem small group grandmothered and small group SOCA BP/MEWA clients*, along with grandfathered and grandmothered individual clients will move to Ingenio Rx, Anthem’s new pharmacy benefits manager, on July 1, 2019. An email will go out to those clients on March 18 to inform them of the transition.

You can access the IngenioRx website at www.ingenio-rx.com.

Reach out to your Cornerstone representative with any questions.

*This will also include and GF or GM IND clients your agency may have if applicable.

IngenioRx Client Guide and FAQs

IngenioRx Sample Member Letter

Autism Spectrum Disorder Benefit Limits to be Removed from Plans

Effective January 1, 2019, or upon renewal, all benefit limits for Autism Spectrum Disorder will be removed from Individual, Small Group and Large Group benefit plans. This is a result of House Bill 218 which was recently passed in the Kentucky legislative session.

Click here for the official release from Anthem.

Anthem Reduces the Paper Trail With Electronic ID Cards

Small group and individual Anthem members enrolled in ACA plans now have the option to choose electronic ID cards without receiving an additional hard copy. Members can view their electronic ID card on the Anthem Anywhere mobile app, even without internet connection. The electronic ID card adds the convenience of emailing or faxing a copy of the ID to a provider.

Contact your Cornerstone representative with any questions.

 

Source: Electronic ID cards go anywhere with members