Welcome to HAP. A health plan that goes beyond doctors and deductibles.
When you join the HAP family, you get much more than just a health plan. You'll have a trusted partner that gives you the resources to get healthy and stay healthy. Here are just a few of the many ways HAP goes beyond just health insurance:
A team of personal service coordinators - these are your go-to people to answer questions and make sure you get the most from your HAP health insurance coverage. No other health plan offers this service!
Worldwide coverage - you can travel with peace of mind knowing you're covered for emergencies and urgent care anywhere in the world!
Leading doctors and hospitals - with a wide range of world-class doctors and hospitals throughout Southeast Michigan, chances are your doctor is probably already part of our network.
Carryover Credit - only HAP gives you credit for out-of-pockets costs you've paid as part of another health plan. This can include money you've spent on medications, co-pays, medical supplies, coinsurance and deductibles during your benefit period.
To help you get the most from your HAP membership, below are several important resources. Included are the 2018 HAP HMO and PPO health plan applications. These give you the option to print a paper application, complete it and mail it to HAP, 26877 Northwestern Hwy., Ste. 420, Southfield, MI 48033-9903
Questions? We're here for you.
Choosing a health plan is a big decision. If you have any questions or need more information, please call a licensed HAP Personal Alliance representative at (855) 948-4427 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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