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Mymedica.com is your one-stop resource for information about your health plan benefits. Take a video tour of the site or explore for yourself once you've registered on mymedica.com. On mymedica.com you can:
Log in to mymedica.com
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For more details, see the registration guide.
View "How to Register on mymedica" guide »
You'll need information found on your Medica ID card to register for mymedica.com. This includes your group or policy number (five or six digits) and your member ID number (nine digits).
If you don't have an ID card, but you do know your group or policy number, you can register for mymedica.com using your Social Security number instead of your member ID number.
If you have already registered and used mymedica.com before but are now having trouble accessing your account, your group or policy number may have changed.
Check your current ID card to see whether your group or policy number has changed. If it has, you'll need to re-register using your new group or policy number.
Depending on your employer and your health care plan, you may receive your ID card as early as two months before your Medica coverage begins. You can register for mymedica.com as soon as you receive your ID card, but you won't see all the information about your new benefits until the date your coverage starts.
Claims for children under age 12 will display on mymedica when the plan subscriber is logged in to the website.
Children age 12 don't have access to mymedica and will instead receive claims information in the mail.
Due to state and federal regulations, spouses and partners must register separately on mymedica.com.
Because your mymedica.com account contains personal health information, there are safeguards in place to protect it. If you get locked out of your account, call Technical Support toll free at 1-877-844-4999, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Central Time. When calling, please have your member ID card handy. You may also be asked to verify your identity by providing your Social Security number.
If you need help logging in to mymedica.com, call Technical Support toll free at 1-877-844-4999, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Central Time.
If you have questions about your benefits, call Medica Customer Service at the number on the back of your ID card..
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