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Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
May issue referrals using script (note on physician letterhead also acceptable). Info which must be included in referral: Patient name, address, and DOB; PCP name, telephone number, and UHC Community Plan_Americhoice ID#; Specialist name, address, telephone number, and UHC Community Plan_AmeriChoice ID #; and list of all requested services including frequency and duration.
AmeriChoice Health Insurance Company Review
AmeriChoice provides comprehensive low or no cost insurance to those who qualify. Because your state wants all children to have healthcare, even if you are not a low-income family, your children can qualify for the low cost insurance option as long as they are in school (outside of college). The low cost option is typically based on your income; however, the out of pocket expense usually maxes out at $20 per month. This is a very affordable option for families that make too much to qualify for government programs, but cannot afford health insurance for their children.