Insurance Plans Accepted

Do You Accept My Insurance?

University of Utah Health contracts with most major health insurance carriers and transplant networks. Please call your insurance company and ask if you have access to health care services at University of Utah Health locations, and what (if any) co-payments, co-insurances, and deductibles will be your responsibility.

This list covers insurance plans accepted by University of Utah Health in 2019. It is not all-inclusive, is updated periodically, and may be subject to change. This list is not a guarantee of network participation with any payer.

U of U Health is contracted and in-network with the following plans:

Aetna

Aetna Standard Network, Aetna Medicare Advantage & Mail Handlers: If you have Aetna Standard Network, U of U Health is in-network for all facilities and physicians. This includes specialty and primary care services.

Blue Cross Blue Shield

Regence PPO (ValueCare), Traditional, Focal Point, Federal, & Regence Medicare Advantage: If you have one of these plans, U of U Health is in-network for all facilities and physicians. This includes specialty and primary care services.

Blue Cross Blue Shield (out of state)

Blue Cross Blue Shield (out of state): U of U Health facilities and physicians are in-network with out of state Blue Cross Blue Shield plans as long as the plan uses the BlueCard network. You can usually identify BlueCard eligibility by looking at your insurance ID card and locating a suitcase logo. If you see a blank suitcase or a suitcase with PPO inside, U of U Health is in-network for all facilities and physicians. This includes specialty and primary care services.

If you cannot see a suitcase logo, U of U Health facilities and physicians are NOT in-network. Please check with your benefits department or call BlueCard Access at 800-810-BLUE (2583) to verify that your plan covers services at U of U Health before scheduling your visit.

Cigna

Cigna PPO and HMO: If you have one of these plans, U of U Health is in-network for all facilities and physicians. This includes specialty and primary care services.

Deseret Mutual Benefit Administration (DMBA)

DMBA Premier, Protect, Value, Student, & Missionary: If you have one of these plans, U of U Health is in-network for all facilities and physicians. This includes specialty and primary care services.

Health Choice

Health Choice UT Medicaid & Health Choice Generations Medicare Advantage: If you have one of these plans, U of U Health is in-network for all facilities and physicians. This includes specialty and primary care services.

Molina

Healthy Advantage Medicare and Healthy Advantage Plus Medicare: If you have one of these plans, U of U Health is in-network for all facilities and physicians. This includes specialty and primary care services.

PEHP

PEHP Capital, Preferred, Summit, & Summit Exclusive: If you have one of these plans, U of U Health is in-network for all facilities and physicians. This includes specialty and primary care services.

Tricare

Tricare West & Tricare For Life: If you have one of these plans, U of U Health is in-network for all facilities and physicians. This includes specialty and primary care services. 

United HealthCare

United HealthCare Options PPO, Student Resources, United Health Medicare Advantage, OptumCare Medicare Advantage, AARP Medicare Advantage, GEHA:  If you have one of these plans, U of U Health is in-network for all facilities and physicians. This includes specialty and primary care services.

University of Utah Health Plan

University of Utah Health Plan Healthy Preferred, Healthy Premier, Grand Valley, Mountain Health CO-OP, Montana Health CO-OP & Healthy U Medicaid: If you have one of these plans, U of U Health is in-network for all facilities and physicians. This includes specialty and primary care services. 

Insurance Provider Not Listed

My Insurance Provider Is Not on This List. Does That Mean You Do Not Accept My Insurance?

Not necessarily. This list is not all-inclusive and is subject to change. To check your in-network status with University of Utah Health, contact your insurance company to determine your plan benefits.

What If I Do Not Have Insurance or My Insurance Is Not Accepted

No Insurance?

If you do not have insurance, you may pay a deposit of up to $150 for a clinic visit. This is subject to change depending on the service. We will then bill you for the remaining amount.

In you are having a scheduled service/procedure, such as surgery, testing, or imaging, you pay the total estimated charges before the time of service.

If you are unable to pay the full estimated charges, you must deposit half of the cost before or at the time of the service before you receive it.

Please contact one of our Patient Financial Advocates at 801-581-2957 if you have questions about the estimated charges or are unable to meet these requirements. You may also estimate your cost by using our easy to use estimate tool.

Can I Still Go to University Of Utah Health If My Insurance Plan Is Not Covered?

In cases of emergency, go to the nearest emergency room. Your insurance may cover the ER costs or will transfer you to an in-network hospital once you are stable.

For other services, you may be required to pay a larger out of pocket portion on your bill. To be sure, contact your insurance company directly to discuss.

Options to Determine Your Cost

Estimate How Much You'll Pay for Out-of-Pocket Health Care Costs

Health services are a major expense for many families. To help you prepare, we show prices for many of our medical services and procedures so you and your family can review and plan for these expenses. 

We've developed a tool that helps you compare and estimate how much you'll pay out-of-pocket for different health services and procedures.

University of Utah Health is trying to make this process easier by providing you a tool that helps you calculate how much you’ll have to pay out-of-pocket for common health care services.

Don't have a MyChart account?

Use our online tool to get an estimate.

Have a MyChart account?

MyChart also gives estimates for how much you'll pay out-of-pocket for common health care services using your actual insurance information.

Need assistance?

Call a financial advocate at 801-581-2957

View Our Standard Charges

In accordance with the CMS 2019 IPPS final rule, University of Utah Health has published its list of standard charges.

View our list of standard charges.

Contact Us

How Do I Contact Billing Office Customer Service if I Have Concerns About My Hospital Bill?

You can speak to a representative or make an appointment to talk with a representative in person:

Billing Office Phone:

801-587-6303 or 800-862-4937

You may also email billing@healthcare.utah.edu.

Do you have a MyChart Account?