There are some items you should carry with you every time you see your doctor or go to the pharmacy: your HUSKY Health Member ID card and your gray EBT ConneCT card. It might also be helpful to your doctor for you to have a list of your medications. Other cards that may be important to carry with you are listed below.
You will receive your HUSKY Health Member ID card in the mail. Your name, ID number, and the name of your HUSKY Health member program (A, B, C, D, or LB) are on your ID card. If your HUSKY Health Member ID card has been lost, stolen, or damaged please call Member Engagement Services at 1.800.859.9889 to ask for a new one. You can also send us a secure member email by clicking here and requesting a new one.
You will receive your gray Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) ConneCT card in the mail from DSS. If you didn’t get one, call DSS at 1.855.626.6632. If your EBT ConneCT card is lost or stolen, you need to cancel it immediately to prevent anyone from accessing your benefits. You can do this by either logging into the client website by clicking here or by calling the EBT Customer Service line at 1.888.328.2666. Follow the instructions/prompts for reporting a lost, stolen, or damaged EBT card.
Use the My Medication Card to keep track of your medications including your dosages and how often you take them. Bring this list of medicines with you when you see your doctor.
Download and fill out a My Medication Card .
Use the Know Your Numbers Card to help keep track of important health numbers including your blood pressure, cholesterol and weight.
Download and fill out a Know Your Numbers Card .
If your provider or your provider’s answering service is not available, HUSKY Health provides access to Registered Nurses 24/7. Call 1.800.859.9889 and follow the prompts to reach a Registered Nurse.
Download a 24/7 Nurse Helpline Card .
Diagnostic imaging lets providers see the inside of your body. It helps them find diseases, injuries, and other issues that they can’t see from the outside. These scans are very helpful, but they also have a drawback: they expose you to radiation. A single test won’t cause damage, but many tests can raise your risk for cancer. If you have had several imaging tests in the past, talk to your provider. You may want to keep a list of tests you have had. To help you keep track of these, you can use the "Medical Imaging History" card. Fill out the card and show it to your provider at your visits.
If you have questions about what types of imaging you should get, click here and search for the type of imaging you want to learn more about.
Download and fill out a Medical Imaging History Card .
This portion of the HUSKY Health website is managed by Community Health Network of Connecticut, Inc.®, the State of Connecticut’s Medical Administrative Services Organization for the HUSKY Health Program. For the general HUSKY Health website gateway, please visit portal.ct.gov/husky. HUSKY Health includes Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program, and is administered by the Connecticut Department of Social Services.