The Mississippi Division of Medicaid (DOM) has implemented a managed care program called Mississippi Coordinated Access Network (MississippiCAN). MississippiCAN is designed to get a better return on Mississippi’s health care investment by improving the health and well-being of Medicaid beneficiaries. MississippiCAN is a statewide coordinated care program designed to meet the following goals:
- improve beneficiary access to needed medical services,
- improve quality of care, and
- improve program efficiencies as well as cost predictability.
It is important to note Mississippi Medicaid health benefits encompasses multiple programs administered by DOM: Medicaid, MississippiCAN and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). The agency encourages all providers to enroll in Medicaid, MississippiCAN with Magnolia Health, MississippiCAN with UnitedHealthcare, CHIP with Magnolia Health and CHIP with UnitedHealthcare.
- View a health benefit plan comparison chart for Mississippi Medicaid, Magnolia Health, UnitedHealthcare Community Plan, Magnolia Health CHIP and United Healthcare CHIP.
Coordinated Care Organizations
DOM has contracted with two coordinated care organizations (CCOs), Magnolia Health and UnitedHealthcare Community Plan, responsible for providing services to beneficiaries who participate in the MississippiCAN program. There are certain beneficiaries that will qualify for this program, both mandatory and optional beneficiary populations.
- Learn more about who qualifies for MississippiCAN
- MississippiCAN frequently asked questions – updated July 2014
- MississippiCAN changes include transition of children from regular Medicaid
- Organizational Chart
Conduent: for MississippiCAN enrollment
UnitedHealthcare Community Plan
Mississippi Division of Medicaid