Health Plan One offers several health insurance plans in Tucson, which is part of Pima County, Arizona. Health insurance carriers that offer individual and family health insurance plans in Tucson include Aetna, Assurant, BCBS, CIGNA, Golden Rule, Health Net, and Humana. Enter your ZIP code above to compare details of the health insurance plans available in Tucson.
Health Plan One can help assist you in finding the right health coverage and the appropriate price range. Our company can help assist you in individual and group coverage and Medicaid. There are also state coverage programs such as KidsCare, KidsCare Parents, and EPSTD. Eligibility requirements vary. If you have any questions, contact us at 877-567-5267
If you are self-employed in the state of Arizona you can apply for the small group plan. In order to do so you must have at least two employees working between 25-30 hours a week and you must be able to provide tax forms and other business documentation among request of the carrier you are applying to. Carriers in Arizona cannot deny you coverage, but you charges will be based on the health history of employees enrolling.
Families with children under the age of 19 are eligible for Medicaid in Arizona, also known as Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS). Medicaid works similarly to regular health insurance and if you qualify, you will receive a Medicaid card which you present during all your health coverage appointments. The program covers acute care services, prescription drugs, and long term services and support. Eligibility also requires you to be a resident of the United States and Arizona, have applied for potential available income (unemployment, pensions, and Social Security), and have a family income below a certain level. To see if you are eligible visit http://www.azahcccs.gov/applicants/categories/families.aspx#Income_Guidelines.
If your family income is too high to qualify for the AHCCCS program your alternative may be KidsCare. This program is the Arizona version of the federally mandated SCHIP program. KidsCare only requires very low monthly premium while you receive benefits such as doctor visits, well-child visits and immunizations, lab tests and x-rays, specialist care, eye exams, dental care, behavioral health, and more. To find out everything you need to know about KidsCare, visit http://www.azkidscare.gov/.
If you are a parent of a child who is enrolled in KidsCare you may also be eligible for health coverage through the program. KidsCare Parents only allows those parents with their children enrolled to qualify. If you are eligible, however, you will receive the same quality care as your child. Depending on the number of people in your family, monthly charges may vary. To find out more about income requirements, average premiums, and application requirements, visit http://www.azkidscare.gov/parents.aspx.
The state of Arizona also offers a program that is meant to detect and treat illnesses before they progress into major health problems. The program is called Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment Program (EPSTD) and is available to any KidsCare member. To learn more visit http://www.azkidscare.gov/services.aspx.
For an in-depth analysis of Tucson Medicare, visit our Tucson Medicare Solutions page.