Your Member ID Card
Learn more about your ID Card
For more information, select a number.
Member ID Number
Helps us identify who you are, the type of plan you have and how your claims are paid
Used by the pharmacy to determine what’s covered, apply your discount and file your claims
How much you pay for your prescriptions depending on their type
Used to check your plan's benefits
How much you pay for medical expenses before the health plan begins to pay for some covered services
How much you pay for a doctor visit, depending on the type
How much of your medical bill you must pay after meeting your deductible
Type Of Plan
Lets us know what kind of coverage you have
Disclaimer: Your card may look slightly different or have different information.
Your member ID card is your ticket to healthcare
Think of your member ID card as your ticket to quality healthcare. You'll want to carry it with you when seeking care so you and the healthcare provider can see what healthcare coverage you have.
You'll need your member ID card any time you visit a:
- Anywhere you get health services
Coverage start date
Your member ID card should come to you in the mail attached to another piece of paper. That paper is worth keeping, too - it will have the coverage start date of your policy. The coverage start date is the day you can begin using your insurance to see your doctor and get prescriptions filled. Your plan does not cover any medical or pharmacy costs until: 1) the effective date of your policy; and 2) Arkansas Blue Cross has received and applied your initial premium payment (for new metallic members, excluding Arkansas Works members).