CareSource was born in Dayton, Ohio in 1989 as a result of a social worker’s frustration working with the existing managed care model. Our very first Medicaid plans promised individualized assistance and placed a strong emphasis on people over profit. In that regard, very little has changed in the three decades since.
CareSource Medicaid plans are arguably the most celebrated of our entire suite of health plans. Our members appreciate the genuine concern for their health care and keen attention to support. And our state legislative partners recognize that the ultimate goal of our model of holistic care is to help our members rise out of Medicaid and into a life of greater independence.
To that end, we often lay claim to being the only Medicaid plan that’s trying to get our members off Medicaid.
As we continue to extend our services into other states, our Medicaid promise remains: to deliver excellent benefits and support to our members and cost efficiency and accountability for our government stakeholders.
CareSource is one of the top rated Medicaid Plans in Ohio. Members get access to a large provider network, vision and dental services, reward programs like Kids First and Babies First®, transportation to medical appointments and more. CareSource never charges a copay for any medical or behavioral health service.
CareSource Georgia Medicaid and PeachCare for Kids® plans are available for low-income adults, families and children, pregnant women, the elderly, people with disabilities and those receiving home and community-based services (HCBS).
The Healthy Indiana Plan is a health insurance program for low-income Hoosiers ages 19 to 64, with benefits that include hospital care, mental and behavioral health services, substance abuse treatment, maternity care, doctor visits and prescriptions. Hoosier Healthwise is Indiana’s health care program for children and pregnant women.
CareSource was recognized by the Ohio Department of Medicaid for our head-to-head performance against other state competitors.
Source: 2019 Managed Care Plans Report Card issued by the Ohio Department of Medicaid