Choose from the list below for forms relating to managing your Medicaid coverage:
Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act
MVP uses a team of clinical and compliance experts across the company to ensure continual compliance with the requirements of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA). MHPAEA is a federal law that prohibits insurance companies and managed care organizations from discriminating against individuals with mental health conditions (MH) or substance use disorders (SUD). MVP’s MHPAEA compliance program ensures that MVP uses financial requirements/quantitative treatment limits (FR/QTLs) and non-quantitative treatment limits (NQTLs) in a way that complies with parity. Parity requires each of these managed care practices to meet specific tests to assure that they are not being implemented in a discriminatory manner. MVP analyzes each FR/QTL/NQTL on an annual basis and updating the analysis as a part of any mid-year changes. Please contact MVP Member Services/Customer Care at the phone number listed on the back of your MVP Member ID card if you have any questions or concerns about MVP’s parity compliance. View guides to your Member ID card:
Beginning April 1, 2023, all Medicaid members enrolled in MVP Medicaid Managed Care will receive their prescription drugs through NYRx, the Medicaid Pharmacy Program.
Information about the transition of the pharmacy benefit from MVP Medicaid Managed Care to NYRx, the Medicaid Pharmacy Program, can be found on health.ny.gov.
General information about NYRx, the Medicaid Pharmacy Program, can be found on health.ny.gov along with information for Members and Providers.
Advance Directives/Advance Care Planning–New York
Choose from the list below for forms relating to advance directives, living wills, and health care proxies: