Community Health Choice’s Marketplace plans offer our Members a wide range of coverage options without sacrificing quality of care.
Customize your health coverage to best fit your needs and the needs of your dependents by choosing a Deductible Plan or a Copay Plan. Then choose your level of coverage.
Our Copay Plans are ideal for those who look for predictable up-front costs to reduce last-minute expenses. Copay plans have $0 deductible.
Silver Copay Plan (002)
Lowest premium with no medical deductible
Gold Copay Plan (001)
Lowest copays with no deductible
Limited Network Silver Copay Plan (007)
Lowest premium with no medical deductible; Kelsey-Seybold Providers
Limited Network Gold Copay Plan (006)
Lowest copays with no deductible; Kelsey-Seybold Providers
Our Deductible Plans are ideal for those who prefer to pay for healthcare services as they go in order to have low, monthly out-of-pocket expenses.
HMO Bronze Deductible Plan (003)
Lowest possible premiums
Silver Deductible Plan (004)
Balanced mix of low copays and a low deductible
Silver Deductible Plan (009)
Mix of low copays and low premiums, with lowest out-of-pocket maximum
Gold Deductible Plan (005)
Lowest copays and lowest deductible
High Deductible Health Plan HSA Compatible
$0 copays after deductible is met
What does it mean when we say we are local? It means that our service area is 10 counties in the Greater Houston and Beaumont areas. It means that our Providers and facilities are near to you. That’s why we partner with about 7,500 Providers across 10 counties in Southeast Texas, including doctors and clinics at integrated-care organizations. The doctors and facilities and specialists that you see in your times of need are near by and neighborly.
Medical deductibles and out-of-pocket maximums are two types of annual cost limits in your health coverage. Typically, you pay your deductible first. Every in-network, out-of-pocket cost is applied toward your deductible. Once you meet your deductible amount, you will continue to pay out-of-pocket costs (such as copayment for doctor visits) until you reach your out-of-pocket maximum. Healthy Members usually do not reach this limit, but if you do, your insurance will cover 100% of your covered benefits for the rest of the calendar year.
A primary care provider (PCP) is trained to manage all of your health conditions. Your PCP plays many roles: primary care giver, health care advisor and consultant, coordinator of specialty care, patient advocate, and medical home. Some visits to your PCP such as a well-woman exam will require zero co-payment, regardless of the type of plan you have. Otherwise, you will either have to pay out-of-pocket or pay a copay for the visit.
Outpatient surgery doesn’t require a prolonged stay at a care facility. You are typically allowed to leave the hospital the same day. It tends to be less expensive than inpatient surgery, since it uses fewer of the hospital’s resources. The costs associated with the facility itself and the physician/surgeon performing the outpatient surgery are often treated as two different coverage benefits.
Inpatient surgery requires one or more days of overnight stay at a hospital. Health insurance plans require you to be formally admitted into a hospital for a stay for a service to be considered inpatient. Typically, inpatient care is broken into hospital fees and physician/surgeon costs. Copays are usually calculated on a per-stay or per-day basis.
Medical imaging includes diagnostic tests such as ultrasounds, x-rays, MRIs, and CT scans. They are typically requested by physicians to help pinpoint medical problems. The cost of medical imaging tests varies by type of exam, where it’s performed, and what type of health insurance you have.
A prescription drug is a pharmaceutical drug that legally requires a medical prescription to be dispensed. The drugs can vary from an antibiotic prescribed for an infection to drugs prescribed for chronic illness. Costs for prescriptions drugs vary dramatically. Most are available in generic, preferred brand, or non-preferred brand formulations. Specialty drugs are typically high cost.
Mental and behavioral health refers to the care of such conditions as substance abuse, depression, neurological disorders, addiction, and other issues that can negatively affect a person’s well-being and quality of life.