Payers Participating with CMC

UPDATED:  February 1, 2022

Cayuga Medical Center’s (CMC) participation with health insurance plans and programs impacts patients’ health insurance benefits and financial responsibility for services.  Insurance benefit plans, products and specific coverage limitations are based on a patient’s contract with their health insurance company and are subject to change.  Patients are encouraged to verify coverage with their health insurance company.  This list is provided for general guidance.

Plans that CMC participates with:

Aetna (Commercial, Medicare and Student Health products only)
Cigna (Commercial and Medicare products only)
Emblem Health
Empire Plan (both BCBS and United Healthcare benefits)
Excellus BCBS (Commercial, Medicare, Medicaid and Essential products)
Excellus Medicaid Blue Choice Option
Fidelis (Medicaid Managed Care, Essential products 1-4)
Independent Health
Lifetime Benefits Solutions (formerly RMSCO)
Martin’s Point
Medicaid (New York State Fee-for-Service)
Medicare (Traditional Parts A and B)
Molina (Medicaid Managed Care and Essential products)
MVP Healthcare (Commercial and Medicare products only)
No Fault / Auto
UMR (formerly POMCO) POMCO Select members only
VA, including Choice, TriWest
Wellcare HMO, fee-for-service and PPO
Workers’ Compensation (New York State)

Plans that CMC does not participate with (local products, not a complete listing):

Aetna Medicaid
Fidelis Metal-Branded (Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum) Exchange Products
Fidelis Medicare Advantage Plans (branded as Wellcare by Fidelis Care)
MVP Healthcare Medicaid
UHC/UMR (non-POMCO Select members)
United Healthcare – Traditional Plan
United Healthcare Medicare HMO and Medicaid HMO Plans

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