Virginia’s Medicaid program, Medallion 3.0, will be replaced by the new Medallion 4.0 plan in phases, beginning August 1. The date that your coverage will change depends on where you live. See the chart below for details. You will receive information from the Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS) about your continued coverage under Virginia’s new Medicaid program, Medallion 4.0.
Virginia Premier, the second largest managed care health organization in Virginia, will continue serving Medicaid recipients throughout the Commonwealth through the Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS) rollout of the Medallion 4.0 health plan in August.
On behalf of the Virginia Department of Veterans Services (VDVS), former First Lady of Virginia, Dorothy McAuliffe, presented an award to Virginia Premier for “demonstrating its outstanding commitment to promoting the hiring of women veterans.” Of 301 large companies (301-1,000 employees) nominated for their participation in the Virginia Values Veterans (V3) program, Virginia Premier was recognized for hiring the most female veterans.
Virginia Premier and The Cameron Foundation have jointly announced their financial support for the creation of a school-based health center in Petersburg. The center, which is tentatively scheduled to open by August 2019, will act as a clinic within the Petersburg school system, providing medical services to students.
Bon Secours Health System, VCU Health and Virginia Premier announced today they have formed a new partnership to bring more options in 2019 to patients insured on the Affordable Care Act health insurance exchange in Central Virginia. Pending approvals from the Virginia Bureau of Insurance and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, these plans will be offered in areas served by providers from Bon Secours Richmond Health System, as well as from VCU Health System.