Nevada Medicaid Announces App to Access Digital Health Information

Carson City March 10, 2022

Nevadans enrolled in Medicaid can now download the NVMedicaid app for instant access to their health information, Nevada Medicaid ID card and broadcast messages. The app displays personalized information including health plan, and claims information including procedures. The app also allows recipients to find providers in their network.

“With better access to health information, we can make better choices about our health in partnership with doctors and caregivers,” said Suzanne Bierman, Administrator of the Nevada Division of Health Care Financing and Policy.

The app is available for download in the Apple App store, Google Play store, and a web-based version is available here:

Nevadans aged 18 and older who are enrolled in Medicaid can access their claims information and Medicaid card, meaning there is no need to carry a physical card.

Nevada Medicaid developed the app in partnership with contractor 1UpHealth. Health data is federally protected, so Medicaid recipients must sign up for data-sharing. For more information, please visit:

About Nevada Medicaid
We offer free or low-cost health insurance for working Nevadans, people who have lost their jobs, or have become too sick to work. Medicaid supports low-income families, children, seniors, and people with disabilities and offers financial protection against bankruptcy for families who are struck by unexpected illness. Medicaid makes health care possible in many urban and rural communities. Apply anytime at Access Nevada, or call 1-800-992-0900. If you are not eligible for Medicaid, check your eligibility through Nevada Health Link, which offers subsidies and tax credits to cover monthly health insurance costs. Apply at or call 1-800-547-2927.


Ky Plaskon
Public Information Officer, Division of Health Care Financing and Policy