Act Now To Protect Your Access to Detroit Medical Center.

Consider your options if you have Meridian, MeridianComplete, Ambetter or Wellcare.

If you count on Detroit Medical Center to serve your healthcare needs, please be aware that Meridian, MeridianComplete, Ambetter or Wellcare will no longer provide in-network coverage as of January 1, 2023.

The parent company of these health plans has terminated its national contract with our health system as a negotiation tactic to force massive rate reductions. If a fair agreement is not reached before January 1, 2023, Detroit Medical Center facilities and providers will be forced out-of-network.

If you or your family members are covered by Meridian, MeridianComplete, Ambetter or Wellcare, please consider options for your health insurance plan to prevent network disruption. This will enable you and your loved ones to maintain the same level of access to our trusted healthcare facilities and providers. Our health system has cared for this community for generations, providing high quality specialty care and life-saving services, including several services that are only available locally at our hospitals.

Our emergency rooms will remain open to all patients, regardless of coverage, and continue to treat patients with emergency medical conditions.

Consider options for healthcare coverage for you and your family.

Health Insurances Accepted

Find the Commercial, Medicaid, Medicare and Exchange plans that offer in-network benefits to Detroit Medical Center.

Medicare Resources

We encourage you to consult with your broker or caregiver to pick a health plan option that includes Detroit Medical Center during the Medicare Advantage Annual Enrollment Period. Open enrollment for 2023 runs from October 15th through December 7th.

Marketplace Coverage

We encourage you consult with your broker or visit Healthcare.gov for more information on selecting a health plan option that includes Detroit Medical Center. Open enrollment for 2023 Marketplace health insurance starts November 1st.

You can also find local help with your application and more.

Medicaid Resources

If you are enrolled in a Managed Medicaid plan, we encourage you to learn about health plan options and next steps to switch plans on your state website.

In Michigan, you may request a health plan change for the following reasons: annual enrollment (the timing is based on the last digit of your case number) and new enrollees within the first 90 days may request a change in health plan.

You may request more information and support for a health plan change by contacting the Beneficiary Help Line at 800-642-3195 or log into Your MIBridges account.

Additional Resources