The Capital Health Plan (CHP) says it is “working to lower the number of uninsured residents in the area by offering new coverage schemes focused on those who are currently uninsured, unemployed, between jobs or self-employed,” the company said in a press release.
“ChP individual and family plans are affordable and offer comprehensive benefits that are important to protect against the potentially high cost of health care,” the release states. “This is especially critical as more than 40,000 residents under the age of 65 are uninsured.”
“CHP has received tremendous support for many years from members who have joined through their employer or through their eligibility for Medicare,” said John Hogan, CEO of Capital Health Plan, in a statement. “We are pleased to offer new Capital Health Plan Opportunities coverage at an affordable premium to individuals and families in our area who are struggling with health care costs and access to care.”
The new plans provide comprehensive medical coverage, including primary care and specialist services, inpatient and outpatient care, pharmacy, mental health and behavioral health services, maternity and neonatal care and X-ray, vision and laboratory services, the publication said.
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