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    ​MCHP Premium, EID and ICS Payments

    Maryland Children’s Health Program Premium (MCHP) and Employed Individuals with Disabilities (EID) Premium Payments Waived

    During the national public health emergency, the Maryland Department of Health (MDH) is suspending monthly premium payments for the Maryland Children’s Health Program Premium (MCHP) and Employed Individuals with Disabilities (EID). Premium payments are not due until further notice. For those who have a scheduled recurring payment on the payment portal, MDH will not withdraw payment during this time. Policies will remain in effect. MDH will contact participants to let them know when they will have to begin payment again. This action waives payment due during the national public health emergency only.​

    Increased Community Service (ICS) Payment Extension is Ending

    During Maryland's Coronavirus (COVID-19) state of emergency, the Maryland Department of Health (MDH) delayed assessment fee payments for Increased Community Services (ICS). For those who have a scheduled recurring payment on the payment portal, MDH did not withdraw payment during this time. Services remained in effect. 
    Assessment fee payments will be due 60 days after the state of emergency issued by Governor Hogan ends. MDH will contact participants to let them know when they will have to begin payment again. This action delayed payment during the state of emergency only. Participants must make payment in the future for payments delayed during this time. MDH will send participants information about repayment.

    You may pay your premium for the following programs online or by mail:

    • Employed Individuals with Disabilities (EID)
    • Increased Community Services (ICS)
    • Maryland Children's Health Program (MCHP Premium)
    For questions regarding your payment, please contact the Premium Unit at 410-767-6883 or 1-866-269-5576.

    Paying Online

    Important: You will need your account number as listed on your statement to make a payment online.

    To make a secure online payment by credit card, debit card or ACH (checking/savings) follow these steps:
    • Visit the MDH Payment Site
    • Select One-Time Payments or Scheduled Payments
      • One-Time Payments - Complete the transaction details, customer information, payment type, and payment information.
      • Scheduled Payments - Create an account then complete the transaction details.
    • Submit payment

    Paying by Mail

    Important: To ensure timely processing of your payment, please be sure to include your current invoice with your payment.

    ​To pay by check or money order, follow these steps:

    • Clip the bottom part of the monthly invoice
    • Write the amount you are paying on the invoice
    • Write your account number in the Memo line of the check
    • Write in any address or phone number changes on the invoice
    • Place the check behind the invoice in the envelope provided
    • Mail the payment
    • Misplaced your payment envelope, please mail payment to:

      • ​​​P.O. Box 17002, Baltimore, MD 21298-8812