Magellan values a whole health model of care in which an individual’s health and well-being is supported across behavioral, physical, and environmental factors. We are committed to promoting integrated care in our communities and to build bridges with medical practitioners in an effort to improve care coordination and Member health outcomes. This page is designed to share the tools needed for medical practitioners and prescribers to assess behavioral health and provide referrals to resources.
Do you get your medications from a Primary Care Physician?
Your Primary Care Physician (PCP) can request a consultation with a Magellan medical director by calling the Magellan Provider Line, and identifying themselves as a treating medical provider. A PCP must complete an AUD form prior to a consultation, and the AUD form is available under Getting Care here.
Remember, you don’t have to do this alone.
For your doctor: You may tell your doctor to go to our Provider Whole Health page for more information to help you get better.
PA HealthChoices managed care physical healthcare plan contact information can be found here.
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Community HealthChoices (CHC) is Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance managed care program that includes physical health benefits and long-term services and supports (LTSS). CHC serves individuals who also have Medicare coverage, and disabled adults age 21 and over.
Wellness Recovery Teams and Nurse Navigators
Since 2009, we have been committed to offering integrated healthcare for Members through our HealthConnections Program. This program started as a pilot effort aimed at integrating physical and behavioral health services for adult Medicaid beneficiaries with serious mental illness and co-occurring physical health conditions.