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Division of Healthcare Financing

The Division of Healthcare Financing was created to bring public healthcare programs under one umbrella for administrative purposes.

The Division of Healthcare Financing administrator serves as the state medicaid director with responsibility for oversight and technical assistance provided to the divisions that administer Medicaid within the Department of Health.

The Division of Healthcare Financing comprises of three distinct units:  Wyoming's Medicaid program, Kid Care CHIP (Wyoming's State Children's Health Insurance Program), and Office of Pharmacy Services.

 


Division of Healthcare Financing Units 

Medicaid

Medicaid -  Medicaid helps pay for certain health care services, and is available to qualifying families, children, individuals who are aged, blind or disabled, and qualified or non-qualified aliens.

 

Kid Care CHIP

Kid Care CHIP - Kid Care CHIP is a Wyoming program that helps families provide health insurance for their children.  Health Insurance is an important part of making sure that kids grow healthy. Together we can make sure your kids get the health insurance they need.

Kid Care CHIP offers health insurance coverage for Wyoming's children and teens through age 18 that are uninsured and meet income and eligibility guidelines.

 

Office of Pharmacy Services

Office of Pharmacy Services - Most prescription and some over-the-counter drugs are covered.  A prescription is required for all drugs.  A co-payment may be required for clients age 21 and older.  Please look through our website for details on other programs available through the Office of Pharmacy Services.   

 

Health Insurance Marketplace News

 

Open Enrollment is Over

April 01, 2014

https://www.healthcare.gov/

We know many of you worked hard to finish enrolling in a health plan in the Health Insurance Marketplace. Sometimes despite your best efforts, you might have run into delays caused by heavy traffic to HealthCare.gov or our call center, maintenance periods, or other special situations that prevented you from finishing the process on time.

If that happened to you, don’t worry – you still may be able to get covered in 2014.

If you were trying to enroll on our system by the March 31 enrollment deadline for coverage in 2014 and didn’t finish, we may still be able to help you get covered.

· Log in to your online Marketplace application on HealthCare.gov and finish the enrollment process – you’ll need to just confirm online that you were still trying to enroll on March 31.

· Or contact the Marketplace Call Center at 1-800-318-2596. The Call Center can help you complete your enrollment over the phone. TTY users should call 1-855-889-4325. Be sure to tell our customer service representative that you’ve been trying to enroll.

Don’t miss out on the health coverage you need. Let us help you finish your enrollment today.