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Last Updated: January 12, 2011
Depending on your family size and income, you may have to pay an Annual Enrollment Fee. The fees are:
Families earning more than 205% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) will be impacted.
Enrollment fee payments can be made at the following addresses, checks need to be made payable to CHP+
You may also have to pay small co-payments when you or your child receives CHP+ services. There are no co-payments for preventative care, such as prenatal care and check-ups. Other services may require co-payments. Here are the co-payments you may have to pay:
There are various changes to copayments for all income categories. The Chart below is a summary of the changes, not an all inclusive list.
|Summary of Copayment Changes Effective July 1, 2012|
|Family Income (% FPL)||ER Visit||Urgent/After Hour||Ambulance/ER Transport||Inpatient Hospital||Physician Services at Hospital||Outpatient Hospital||Prescriptions||Lab/Imaging|
For more information, please call CHP+ Customer Service at (800) 359-1991.
Each year, the maximum amount of money (referred to as out-of-pocket limit) that you are required to spend on health care payments for all members of your household that are enrolled in CHP+ is 5% of your annual income. For more information about your out-of-pocket limit, please contact CHP+ customer service at 1.800.359.1991.
You can call CHP+ Customer Service at (800) 359-1991. We have representatives ready to assist you! CHP+ Customer Service is available Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM (se habla español). You can also visit our office. For directions and more contact information, click here.
As of August 2013, CHP+ enrollment is 67,825 children and 1,262 pregnant women.*
* Source: Joint Budget Committee Monthly Report.