As of 2015, Molina Healthcare offers members five basic health insurance plans: STAR, STAR+PLUS, Children's Health Insurance Plan, Medicare and Molina Dual Options, according to the Molina Healthcare website. Plans are based on Medicaid and Medicare, plus the website helps patients find plans on a health insurance marketplace.
The STAR+PLUS plan includes medical services and benefits from both Medicare and STAR+PLUS Medicaid, notes Molina Healthcare. Enrollees receive basic medial care such as primary care doctor checkups, hospital visits and prescription drug discounts. Patients may receive long-term care such as medical attendant services. The plan works through a service coordinator from Molina Healthcare who oversees the services provided to individual members.
The Children's Health Insurance Program provides families a way to have health insurance when they make too much money for Medicaid, yet not enough to purchase private health insurance plans, says Molina Healthcare. This insurance plan covers some medical costs for low-income pregnant women who cannot get Medicaid benefits. The mother then receives benefits for 12 more months after the child is born.
As of a September 2014 press release, Molina Healthcare manages 11 state health insurance programs, according to MarketWatch. The company claims to have 2.3 million members across the country.