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Blue Cross Community Centennial is a health insurance plan. This plan is part of New Mexico's Medicaid program. Those who qualify for full Medicaid can enroll with a managed care organization (MCO). Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico (BCBSNM) is one of the MCOs offering Medicaid coverage.
BCBSNM wants to make sure you get the health care you need. Our plan covers services that are medically necessary. It includes coverage for:
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Blue Cross Community Centennial covers your physical health care needs. Plan benefits include:
You must use BCBSNM network providers (except in an emergency). Learn more about finding a doctor or hospital.
Blue Cross Community Centennial includes prescription drug coverage. You save money when:
Your plan covers drugs that are medically necessary. Some drugs may need prior authorization.Learn more about Rx benefits, how to search the Drug List and find pharmacies.
Your plan covers dental care for eligible members. Yearly dental checkups and cleanings help you stay healthy. It's important for kids and adults to take care of their teeth.
You may need to get prior approval for some dental services.
Blue Cross Community Centennial offers vision care for eligible members. Benefits include:
These services are meant to help those facing emotional problems, mental illness, and/or substance abuse. The type of service needed depends on the situation.
If you do not have a car or anyone to give you a ride, you may be eligible for transportation to help you get to your non-emergency appointments. This includes rides to and from your doctor's office or a health care facility. You must be receiving covered services. Examples include rides to:
Blue Cross Community Centennial covers long-term care services. These services help you meet health or personal needs. This type of care can help you stay independent.
People can need long-term care at any age. If you need nursing care, the Community Benefit may provide options. If you are eligible for the Community Benefit, a Care Coordinator will work with you to help you find the care you need.