See the items below to stay up-to-date with forms, reference guides, and other items that are important to your practice.
Rocky Mountain Health Plans has a variety of forms specific to Colorado Medicaid. Health care professionals transitioning to UnitedHealthcare can use the following forms when providing services:
To access behavioral health service forms, click here.
To learn more about Medicaid in Colorado visit the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing.
Coordinating Care as the single-entry point (SEP)
Rocky Mountain Health Plans is the SEP agency in Mesa County, Costilla County, Conejos County, Mineral County and Rio Grande County.
The SEP determines member eligibility for long-term care services, like home and community-based services, long-term home health, nursing home care, and home care allowance. The SEP point of contact between programs and members in need of this care. Review the Coordinating Care as the Single Point of Entry for more information.