There’s always something new to learn, and your membership with HMSA is no different. Whether you’re a new member or you’ve been with us for a while, we have some important information to share with you.
HMSA User’s Manual
This manual has a lot of important information to help you understand HMSA, health plan basics, and health insurance in general. For complete details about your plan benefits, see your Guide to Benefits.Download
The basics: What you need to know
The Guide to Benefits has important information about your plan benefits, limitations, and exclusions. Ask someone in your human resources department if you need a copy.
Your HMSA membership card shows what kind of coverage you have, your provider group, and more. Make sure you always have it on you to receive services.
See your paperless reports, manage your health plan information, or request new HMSA membership cards easily through My Account.
Learn more about this complex subject and how it affects you.
You can find out what plan you have simply by looking at your HMSA membership card. Consult your Guide to Benefits to find out what your plan covers.
It’s nice to have someone who knows you and your health situation inside and out. If you don’t have a primary care provider, we can help you find one.
If you want to speak to a doctor now, use HMSA’s Online Care anytime. You can talk to a physician online or by phone.
Forms you may need
Designates a person or organization to act on your behalf on HMSA matters or to get specific medical information about you.
To make your life easier, HMSA will coordinate with other insurance companies that provide similar services.
Being healthy is its own reward, but it’s nice get a little something back. HMSA365 offers discounts for goods and services such as massage therapy, LASIK®, and exercise classes.
HMSA’s award-winning magazine is given at no cost to members and offers insightful, informative articles on health, wellness, and more.
Avoid the line at the drug store and save a little cash by having your regular prescriptions mailed directly to you.
There are many generic versions of brand name drugs on the market that are often much cheaper. Ask your doctor or pharmacist if your medications are offered in a generic form.