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ID Cards: Proof of Coverage

Whenever you receive medical, dental, vision, or behavioral health care, or file a prescription, your ID card shows that you are a Member of the MILA National Health Plan. You will receive several ID cards:

  • A Cigna ID card substantiating coverage for medical benefits and behavioral health benefits through Cigna as the Claims Administrator;
  • A CVS Caremark ID card substantiating coverage for prescription drug benefits through CVS Caremark as the Claims Administrator; and
  • An EyeMed ID Card substantiating coverage for vision benefits through First American Administrators (FAA), a wholly owned subsidiary of EyeMed Vision Care as the Claims Administrator.

Effective April 1, 2014, Aetna ceased issuing ID cards for the dental coverage. The dentist will confirm coverage directly with Aetna.


All MILA’s Claims Administrators are reviewing the need for ID cards. In part, this is due to the fact that the provider is supposed to confirm coverage when the patient arrives for service. For this reason, over the next several years each Claims Administrator may eliminate the requirement for an ID card.