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How do I choose an insurer?

Once you sign up for Vital, you can choose your Insurer. This decision is important because your insurer will be the one who will work with you and your doctors to keep you healthy.

This guide explains the benefits and services

you can get through Vital and what to do if you have an emergency or urgent medical situation.

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Who can I call for Help

If you are having an emergency, call 911.
Insurer’s Member Services Line: 1-800-981-1352
from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., 7 days a week.

Departamento de Salud

Medicaid Program Call Center
787-641-4224

assmca

ASSMCA (Linea PAS)
Mental Health Service Line
1-800-981-0023

Oficina del Procurador del Paciente

Patient Advocate Office
Toll free 1-800-981-0031
TTY 787-710-7057

ASES

Puerto Rico Health Insurance
Administration (ASES)
Vital Toll-free 1-800-981-2737

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We will do our best to answer your questions the same day we receive them, or the next business day.

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Important information for beneficiaries

• If the drugstore does not have your Losartan/Hydrochlorothiazide at hand, it can give out both meds and bill them separately. To get your meds, call or visit your drugstore and mention Normative Letter 2022-0321.PSG_4038_2022_039_E

• ASES developed a process to give you insulin after being in the hospital for emergency. The drugstore can give you this supply within 10 days after your discharge from the hospital or ER. To get it, take a recent insulin prescription to the drugstore and present your release summary from the hospital. When you call or visit your drugstore for this, mention Normative Letter 22-0303. PSG_4038_2022_040_E