Health Information Center

Medicaid Managed Care – Integrated Care Program

Illinois’ Integrated Care Program Information – from Illinois Department of Healthcare & Family Services

The Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services (HFS) implemented the state�s first integrated health care program on May 1, 2011. The Integrated Care Program (ICP) is a program for older adults and adults with disabilities who are eligible for Medicaid but not eligible for Medicare. The program is mandatory and will operate in the pilot areas of suburban Cook (all zip codes that do not begin with 606), DuPage, Kane, Kankakee, Lake and Will Counties.
Integrated Care Program Information

Integrated Care Program Update – August 10, 2011

The two finalized ICP contracts with Aetna Better Health and IlliniCare Health Plan were signed April 28, 2011 and are available online at
Integrated Care Program Update

Illinois Medicaid Integrated Care Program Advocacy Toolkit – Spanish

Herramientas para la Defensa del Programa de Cuidado Integral de Medicaid del Estado de Illinois.
Medicaid Integrated Care Program Toolkit – Spanish

Illinois Medicaid Integrated Care Program Advocacy Toolkit – From The Arc of Illinois Family to Family Health Information Center

Illinois Medicaid Integrated Care Program Advocacy Toolkit, May 2011
Medicaid Integrated Care Toolkit Medicaid Integrated Care Toolkit

Information from Illinois HFS on the Integrated Care Program

A new program that promotes your health and wellness is coming! This new program is called the Integrated Care Program. It will cover all older adults and adults with disabilities enrolled in the HFS Medical Program (Medicaid) who are not also enrolled in Medicare. The Integrated Care Program is coming in these counties: *Suburban Cook *DuPage *Kane *Lake *Kankakee *Will
Information from Illinois Healthcare and Family Services – Integrated Care Program

IlliniCare Fact Sheet

IlliniCare Health Plan is a Managed Care Organization (MCO) contracted to provide services under Illinois� Integrated Care Program. MCOs provide comprehensive, coordinated healthcare services to improve quality and outcomes for Medicaid recipients, including those receiving Supplemental Security Income, also known as SSI.
IlliniCare Fact Sheet 10-28-10

Aetna Better Health Integrated Care Management Community Meeting Presentation

In 2010, Aetna Better Health, Inc., an Illinois Corporation was awarded a contract to serve the AABD population (Aid to Aged, Blind and Disabled) in DuPage, Kane, Kankakee, Lake, Will, and suburban Cook counties. Aetna Better Health is managing health care for the Illinois Integrated Care Program which is administered by the Division of Healthcare and Family Services (HFS).
Community Meeting Presentation 2011 Feb 3 and 17