Health insurance resources
Customer service numbers for major health insurance plans.
|Insurance provider||Purchased through your employer||Purchased directly or through the health insurance marketplace|
|Altius Health Plans||(800) 346-4128||(855) 449-2889|
|Cigna||(800) 244-6224||(866) 494-2111|
|Deseret Mutual||(800) 777-3622||(800) 777-3622|
|Educator’s Mutual Insurance||(800) 662-5851||(800) 662-5851|
|Healthy Advantage Plus HMO||(877) 644-0344||(877) 644-0344|
|Molina Healthcare of Utah||(888) 858-3973|
|-Medicaid||(888) 483-0760||(855) 442-3234|
|-Healthy Advantage||(877) 644-0344|
|Public Employees Health Plan (PEHP)||(800) 765-7347||(800) 765-7347|
|Regence Blue Cross BlueShield||(888) 231-8424||(888) 231-8424|
|SelectHealth||(800) 538-5038||(800) 538-5038|
|United HealthCare of Utah||(877) 856-2430||(877) 856-2430|
|University of Utah Health Plans||(888) 271-5870||(888) 271-5870|
Understanding health insurance
Take Care Utah
Connects Utahns with trained enrollment specialists to help them find and understand their options for affordable healthcare coverage.
Patient Advocate Foundation
Answers FAQ about healthcare reform.
Cobra requires medical and dental insurance plans to continue coverage for up to 18 months after a person loses their benefits; must continue to pay full premium.
For more information about COBRA benefits, call the Insurance Commissioner’s Office.
(801) 538-9874 | (801) 538-3873
Get health insurance
Utah’s Small Business Health Insurance Marketplace
Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
State health insurance plan for low income Utah children under age 19 who do not have other insurance.
A state/federal program that pays for medical services for low-income pregnant women, children, individuals who are elderly or have a disability, parents, and women with breast or cervical cancer.
The federal insurance program for people who are 65 or older, certain younger people with disabilities, and people with End-Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a transplant, sometimes called ESRD).
Primary Care Network
Health plan offered by the Utah Department of Health. It covers basic services done by a primary care provider.
Utah’s Premium Partnership for Health Insurance (UPP)
May help pay monthly health insurance premiums through your employer’s health insurance plan or COBRA coverage.