Whether you choose to buy an insured or self-funded health plan, PCHP offers a variety of cost-effective plan-design choices.
PPO plan designs encourage participants to see network providers by offering them a higher level of benefits than if they see an out-of-network provider.
POS plans are similar to PPO plans, but they require covered persons to select an in-network personal care physician. Under a POS plan, participants can seek care outside of the network and still have coverage. In-network care is covered at higher benefit levels than out-of-network care.
EPO plans are similar to POS plans, but offer lower out-of-network benefits.
New consumer-directed health plans provide an incentive for employees to take responsibility for their health care by combining a high-deductible health plan with individual tax-advantaged health savings accounts (HSAs) or employer-funded health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs).
A wellness incentive plan encourages employees to take better care of their health and thereby reduces the demand for health care resulting from illness. These plans are gaining popularity among employers because of the positive impact on the health of their employees.
Physicians Care has developed a network of over 15,000 health care providers that covers most of Michigan, outside of the greater Detroit/Flint metropolitan areas.