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Which Health Plan in Utah is Right for Me?
- 2013 Health Plan Performance Report for Utah Commercial HMOs, PPOs, Medicaid & CHIP Health Plans, Performance Measures (HEDIS) View previous years: 2012 |2011 | 2010 | 2009
- 2013 Consumer Satisfaction Report of Utah Health Plans (CAHPS)- View information about what health plan enrollees thought about the health care and services they received in the past year.View previous years: 2012 |2011 | 2010 | 2009
Utah Health Plan Performance Report, 2008 - Whether you are looking for a new health plan or just interested in how your current plan is doing, view these reports to compare the performance of Utah's health plans in terms of quality and service. View earlier years of this report.
- Performance Quality for Utah Health Plans, 2007 - View the information presented within the Utah Health Plan Performance reports in this easy "at a glance" version.
- National Committee of Quality Assurance (NCQA)- NCQA's information helps people make informed decisions about their health care. On this web site, consumers can evaluate the quality of participating Utah health plans.
What Are the Costs of Health Insurance in Utah?
- Avenue H- Compare and choose a health insurance policy that meets your needs.
Where Can I Find a Health Plan in My Area?
- Primary Care Network of Utah (PCN)- The Primary Care Network (PCN) is health coverage for adults who qualify. Applications are only accepted during enrollment sessions, which are held when resources are available to cover more people.
- Utah's Premium Partnership for Health Insurance (UPP) - a program that may be able to help pay for part of your health insurance. You must qualify and have access to health insurance through your job.
- Children's Health Insurance Program - Utah (CHIP) - CHIP is a state health insurance plan for children. Many working families who don't have other health insurance qualify for CHIP.
- Utah Medicaid Program - The Utah Medicaid Program pays medical bills for qualified people who have low income or cannot afford the cost of health care and who have resources (assets) under federal guidelines.