HMO Health Plans

HMO plans, or "Health Maintenance Organization" plans, stresses preventive care, early diagnosis and treatment on an outpatient basis. Many HMOs require members to obtain a referral from their primary care physician (PCP) to see a specialist if deemed necessary.

How Do HMO Health Plans Work?

With an HMO plan, you'll be required to choose a primary care physician (PCP) who will take care of most of your healthcare needs. Should you need to see a specialist, your PCP will have to refer you. Below are some common characteristics of HMO health insurance plans:

  • healthcare services provided by specific list of "in-network" providers (ie. Kaiser)
  • may not be required to pay a deductible before coverage starts, with low co-pays.
  • generally, no coverage for services rendered by "out-of-network" providers.

HMO Health Plans May Be Right For You If:

  • You want more coverage for preventative services.
  • You want a plan with lower premiums.
  • Don't mind getting a referral before visiting a specialist.

*Plans, Rates, Benefits and definitions may differ by state and/or carrier. Choosemyplan recommends you always read your plan's Summary of Benefits Coverage (SBC).

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