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Illinois HFS Integrated Care Program

Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services Integrated Care Program – The Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services (HFS) implemented the Integrated Care Program (ICP) on May 1, 2011, for seniors and persons with disabilities who are eligible for Medicaid but not eligible for Medicare. ICP is mandatory managed care that began as a pilot program in the greater Chicago region including suburban Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kankakee, Lake and Will counties. It now operates in 29 counties in five regions of Illinois. Those regions include the Rockford region (July 2013), the Central Illinois region (Sept 2013), the Metro East region (Sept 2013) and the Quad Cities region (November 2013).


Integrated Care Program Initial Enrollment Letter – English – Sample copy of the ICP Initial Enrollment Letter.


Integrated Care Program Initial Enrollment Letter – Spanish – Sample copy of the ICP Initial Enrollment Letter in Spanish.


Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services Care Coordination Expansion Map – Visual representation of Illinois with MCOs, CCEs, and MCCNs graphically illustrated by county and region.


Integrated Care Program Frequently Asked Questions From the Make Medicare Work Coalition – Information on the Illinois Integrated Care Program.