Welcome Advantage MD Members
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Information on Coronavirus (COVID-19)
At Advantage MD, we want to make sure you have accurate information, know what to expect, and are empowered to care for your own and your family’s health. Read more about coronavirus.
- A Doctor, Specialist or Hospitalhttps://medicareadvantage.healthtrioconnect.com/public-app/consumer/provdir/entry.page
- A Dental Providerhttps://govservices.dentaquest.com/Router.jsp?component=Main&source=Logon&action=ProviderDirectory2&state=MD&locale=en
- A Vision Providerhttps://www.superiorvision.com/Member/locate_provider
- A PPO Prescription Drughttps://www.medicareplanrx.com/jccf/Johnshopkins_formulary_21.html
- An HMO Prescription Drughttps://www.medicareplanrx.com/jccf/Johnshopkins_hmo_formulary_21.html
- A Pharmacyhttps://www.medicareplanrx.com/jccf/johnshopkins_pharmacy_21.html
Out-of-network/non-contracted providers are under no obligation to treat Johns Hopkins Advantage MD members, except in emergency situations. Please call our customer service number or see your Evidence of Coverage for more information, including the cost-sharing that applies to out-of-network services.
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News & Announcements
Please note: the information in this section does not apply to Advantage MD Group.
Your Personal Care Plan You may have been asked to complete a Personal Care Plan, but you’re not quite sure what it is. Formerly known as a Health Risk Assessment, a Personal Care Plan is a short questionnaire about your health and lifestyle that gives a profile of your overall health and well-being. Personal Care...
Effective March 21, 2022, there will be a new address and fax number for submitting appeals to Johns Hopkins Advantage MD. This important change of contact information (below) only applies to the process of filing appeals. Why is this important to you? As a member of Johns Hopkins Advantage MD, you have a right to...
Scammers are offering illegitimate COVID-19 services using telemarketing calls, text messages, social media, even going door to door, attempting to get hold of personal information such as Medicare numbers that they can use to commit medical identity theft. Find out the tricks they are using and learn how you can protect yourself from COVID-19 fraudsters.