Health Insurance How-To: Submit a Claim
For most covered services, there’s no paperwork to fill out. Just show your QualChoice ID card and pay your plan’s cost share amount.
COVID-19 Community Support
QualChoice to Provide Critical Supplies and Community Supports During the COVID-19 Pandemic
COVID-19 Coverage Updates
QualChoice anticipates that over the next three months, Arkansas and its residents will continue to see a rise in COVID-19 cases. We are committed to ensuring access to COVID-19 treatment services in accordance with federal and state law.
Coming Network Change
Because QualChoice is now under the ownership of the Centene Corporation, QualChoice members will be transitioned to Centene’s Arkansas (Novasys) network.
COVID-19 and Your Pregnancy
Pregnancy should be a joyous time; but for first-time moms, it can be a time of questions. The COVID-19 outbreak may be causing you extra anxiety.
The Benefits of Quitting
We all know that smoking is bad for your health. The benefits of quitting can help most of the major parts of your body, from your brain to your DNA. Here’s what quitting now will do to improve your health:
What We Know About Electronic Cigarettes
E-cigarettes usually contain nicotine and may have other harmful substances too. There’s a lot of conflicting information and we still have a lot to learn, but here’s what we currently know.
Get Medical Help via Video and Phone
QualChoice is making it easier for Arkansans to get the medical care they need through telemedicine (telehealth). This allows members to visit a doctor, nurse practitioner or physician assistant remotely.
Telehealth Services During COVID-19 Outbreak
QualChoice is making it easier for Arkansans to get the medical care they need through telemedicine and telephonic technologies. This will allow members to see a doctor, nurse practitioner or physician assistant remotely by using an audio-visual communication system.
Health IQ Challenge: Facts About Type 2 Diabetes
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, prediabetes affects more than 88 million Americans. This means 1 in 3 adult Americans are on their way to developing type two diabetes in two to five years.