All participating members must meet the following requirements:
Once you have verified that you meet the eligibility requirements listed above, call us toll free, and a licensed sales representative can help you enroll.
Our staff are available to come to your home to explain the benefits of Hamaspik Medicare Select and determine your eligibility. If you choose to enroll, they can also help you complete the application form.
If you choose, you can print and mail us your enrollment application. Click the link below to download the form and send us a completed copy.Link to Enrollment Application
We will contact you once your application has been processed. In most cases, your enrollment will be effective on the first day of the month following the date you signed the enrollment form. If you have a question or need assistance, feel free to contact Member Services.
Medicare beneficiaries can also enroll in Hamaspik Medicare Select through the CMS Medicare Online Enrollment Center via their website. Follow the link to explore options and find important contact information.
A Medicaid Managed Care plan, Hamaspik Inc. provides all your traditional Medicaid services with additional benefits designed to meet your specific healthcare needs. From primary, specialty and preventive care to comprehensive pharmacy, emergency and home health services, this all-inclusive program links to the best local providers available.Visit Medicaid site
A Managed Long-Term Care plan, Hamaspik Choice serves dual-eligible individuals (Medicare & Medicaid). The plan provides a broad range of health care and long term care services, designed to help members receive care while remaining in their homes and communities. Members are assigned a Care Manager who coordinates all of their care and services.Visit MLTC site
Our goal is to improve your health and well-being by:
to the care you need, utilizing a broad range of quality healthcare services
through careful coordination and management of your healthcare needs
to affordable, high-quality providers in the communities where they live