Healthy Connections Choices Enrollment Broker Training


The South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (SCDHHS), in partnership with the state's contracted enrollment broker, MAXIMUS, will facilitate a series of provider training sessions throughout the state in May and September.

At the trainings providers will learn about the Medicaid managed care enrollment process for South Carolina Healthy Connections and Healthy Connections Prime, including using the enrollment broker website,, and supporting Medicaid members in choosing their provider medical home and health plan. This training is beneficial for any providers and provider office staff interested in understanding member enrollment, how to retain patients and an introduction to Healthy Connections Prime. If your office is assisting patients with applying for Medicaid this information can also be useful in ensuring patients understand the full process and next steps after their application is accepted.

Provider training is scheduled from 10 a.m.-noon May 11 in Columbia, May 25 in Greenville, Sept. 14 in Florence and Sept. 28 in Charleston.

Columbia, SC

Greenville, SC

Friday, May 11, 2018

BlueCross BlueShield of SC

8901 Farrow Road

Columbia, SC 29203

10 a.m.-noon

Friday, May 25, 2018

Greenville Health System

Medical Staff Auditorium

701 Grove Rd

Greenville, SC 29605

10 a.m.-noon

Florence, SC

Charleston, SC

Friday, Sept. 14, 2018

10 a.m.-noon

Florence County Library

Stukes Meeting Room

509 South Dargan Street

Florence, SC 29506
10 a.m.-noon


Friday, Sept. 28, 2018

Location TBD

10 a.m.-noon


To attend these training sessions, you may register through the Healthy Connections Medicaid Provider Education website,, or by calling the Healthy Connections Provider Service Center at (888) 289-0709, and choosing option '1.'

Registration is strongly encouraged to guarantee seating, but it is not mandatory. You will receive a confirmation notice with the location address upon completion of your registration. 

Thank you for your continued support of the South Carolina Healthy Connections Medicaid program.

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