Fri Mar 26th, 2021
Tags: COVID-19, Forest County Potawatomi Insurance Department, Health Benefits Plan, Portal and Mobile App, Southern Ute Indian Tribal Member Health Benefits Plan, Southern Ute Indian Tribal Member Health Benefits Plan Member Portal and Mobile App Access, THD Benefits Team, Tribal Health, Tribal Health Department
Greetings Southern Ute Tribal Membership,
The Tribal Health Department would like to continue the effort to help individuals understand the sometimes-complex world of health. This article will cover the Southern Ute Indian Tribal Member Health Benefits Plan Member Portal and Mobile App Access.
Health Benefits Plan Member Portal and Mobile App Access: As a member of the Southern Ute Indian Tribal Member Health Benefits Plan, you have access to your health benefit plan information via the Gateway Member Portal or the My FCPID Mobile app found in the Apple App Store or Google Play. These new avenues of communication are user friendly and all out to stay on top of your health benefit plan needs.
You will be able to do the following:
You have a few options to choose from regarding your access preferences. You can have access strictly with just the website or application. You can also use them both interchangeably once you have completed registration; your username and password will work for both. Each member or family group has their own registration code that you can get directly by contacting the FCPID or by calling the Tribal Health Department Benefits Coordinators, Erika Kososik or Elizabeth “Cindy” Gallegos. Below are step by step instructions for accessing the website or app.
For access using the website on a mobile phone or desktop:
For access using the My FCPID application through the Apple App Store or Google Play:
Please contact the Forest County Potawatomi Insurance Department with any questions or login issues with the Gateway Portal at 715-478-7448 or 800-960-5479 or email them at email@example.com.
Thank you for your time and please look forward to the next article. The THD Benefits Team is continuing to work through the tribally issued “Stay at Home” Order. Office phones are forwarded to assist the tribal membership between 8 a.m. through 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. We hope that each and every one of you are continuing to stay safe and follow the public health orders issued to help slow or stop the spread of COVID-19.