We have a free hotline for members to speak with a nurse. Nurse Line is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Just call 1-877-488-7038.
Albuquerque area senior centers offer classes for computers, health education and exercise. You can also enjoy breakfast and lunch at a reduced cost. If you would like more information, please speak to your Service Coordinator or visit this website: http://www.cabq.gov/seniors/centers/seniorcenters.
Customer Service: 1-877-236-0826
- Reservations: 1-866-913-2492
- Ride Assistance: 1-866-913-2493, TTY: 1-866-288-3133
- UnitedHealthcare of New Mexico Centennial Care Medicaid Dental: 1-877-408-0160
- March Vision: 1-888-493-4070 Ext 7570
- Optum RX: 1-877-236-0826
Behavioral Health Services: 1-877-236-0826
UnitedHealthcare of New Mexico Centennial Care Medicaid Dental manages your dental benefits. You may call Member Services at: 1-877-236-0826 to find a dentist in the UnitedHealthcare of New Mexico network.
Visit the UnitedHealthcare of New Mexico Centennial Care Medicaid Dental website (DBP). Select "Locate Dentist" on the Dental website, then when the next web page appears, select the NEW MEXICO NETWORK Plan Name.
What is Disease Management? - UnitedHealthcare offers a disease management program for eligible members who may be dealing with diabetes and/or congestive heart failure. This program focuses on helping you to do what you can to better self-manage your chronic health condition following your doctor's advice.
This program includes:
- Reminders of needed tests or doctor visits
- Education about diabetes and/or congestive heart failure that includes
- Coordination of care with your other health care providers
- Tips on being a good partner with your health care provider
Talk to your care coordinator for more information about disease management.
Taking Charge of Diabetes (PDF 1.98 MB)
Taking Charge of Diabetes (PDF 1.96 MB) (Spanish)
Managing Sick Days (English/Spanish) (PDF 283.76 KB)
Know Your A1c Number (English (PDF 90.14 KB) / Spanish (PDF 93.2 KB))
Congestive Heart Failure
If You Have Heart Failure (English) (PDF 143.69 KB)
If You Have Heart Failure (Spanish) (PDF 141.48 KB)
Taking Charge of Heart Failure (English) (PDF 5.3 MB)
Taking Charge of Heart Failure (Spanish) (PDF 141.48 KB)
High Blood Pressure
Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Your High Blood Pressure (PDF 239.35 KB) (English and Spanish)
Taking Charge of COPD (PDF 2.11 MB)
Taking Charge of COPD (PDF 2.09 MB) (Spanish)
Taking Charge of Depression (PDF 1.6 MB)
Taking Charge of Depression (PDF 1.6 MB) (Spanish)
Taking Charge to Quit Smoking (English) (PDF 267.7 KB)
Taking Charge to Quit Smoking (Spanish) (PDF 266.63 KB)
Taking Charge of Asthma: Ages 0-11 (English) (PDF 2.22 MB)
Taking Charge of Asthma: Ages 0-11 (Spanish) (PDF 641.6 KB)
Taking Charge of Asthma: Ages 12-18 (English) (PDF 556.88 KB)
Taking Charge of Asthma: Ages 12-18 (Spanish) (PDF 605.17 KB)
UnitedHealthcare OMWTM (UnitedHealthcare On My Way) is an interactive website that helps you get ready for real life. It’s easy and fun, and has important information all on one secure site.
Download the brochure to find out more about (PDF 595.87 KB):
Money: Set up a budget and learn about taxes.
Housing: Understand and compare housing options.
Work: Create a resume and learn interview tips.
Healthy First Steps Program
At UnitedHealthcare of New Mexico, we want you to have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby. We want you and your baby to get all the care you both need. That's why we have Healthy First Steps®, a special program for you — and your baby. If you are pregnant, or are thinking of getting pregnant, please let your Service Coordinator know by calling 1-877-236-0826.
If you are pregnant, there's a new service to help you out! Text4baby provides text messages 3 times a week with information to help you through your pregnancy and baby's first year. Text messaging charges may apply. Check with your cell phone company.
Powered by: Text BABY to 511411 to sign up!
For more information please visit the Text4Baby website.
Birthing Options Program
You can choose to have services provided in a birth center, in your home, or in the hospital by a midwife. Midwives must be Medicaid approved health care providers to participate in this program. Talk to your midwife about problems that may happen if you deliver your baby outside of a hospital.
If you choose to have birthing services outside of a hospital, you have the right and responsibility to:
- Receive an informed consent from the Midwife about problems that may happen if you deliver your baby outside of a hospital and;
- Ask your midwife if they have malpractice insurance.
Classes for Pregnant Women
Getting ready for the birth of your new baby is an important time in your life. UnitedHealthcare of New Mexico wants to make sure you are ready for the big day. Childbirth classes are available to you and can help answer some questions you may have about the birth of your baby.
Already in the Healthy First Steps program?
If you want to know about classes in your area or need to call your Healthy First Steps Case Manager?
UnitedHealthcare wants you to get the best care and service. That's why we have a Quality Management (QM) Program. Our QM Program helps us learn what we can do better. Then we use it to improve. Our QM program has several member health programs.
- Help people with health conditions like asthma or chronic breathing conditions, diabetes, and heart disease.
- Help pregnant women have healthy babies.
- Improve patient safety.
- Make sure members are happy with the plan.
- Make sure doctors and other health care professionals meet our standards.
- Help people stay healthy with shots, screenings and tests.
We use national standards to see how well our QM program works. The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) writes the standards. NCQA is an independent agency. It compares the quality programs of health plans. We measure our progress meeting our goals using NCQA's:
- Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS®)
- Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS®) SURE
You can request more information. Please call 1-505-449-4253 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
UnitedHealthcare offers interpretation and translation services. This is at no cost to Centennial Care members. Tell Customer Service or your Service Coordinator what language you are most comfortable using. We can also send you information in another language or format. If you need an interpreter, call Member Services at: 1-877-236-0826. Call TTY 711 if you are hearing impaired.
Logisticare manages your transportation benefit. They offer routine transportation to medical, dental and behavioral health appointments. You can reach a representative Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. The reservation line is closed on national holidays and weekends.
To schedule a ride call: 1-866-913-2492
Ride Assistance (Where's my ride?): 1-866-913-2493
For hearing impaired call TTY: 1-866-288-3133
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