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Group Health Incorporated (GHI)

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Exploring for health insurance or considering a change in your individual health plan? If you live in New York, Group Health Incorporated has the solutions you need. They are committed to offering informed choices and excellent customer service to their subscribers.

Finding the individual type of health insurance can be unsettling, and it can come at an inopportune time in your life. People starting their own business, retiring early, beginning a new job, recently married, or divorced – there are a number of reasons to change to an individual plan. Group Health Incorporated and its GHI HMO are here to help with a wide variety of health plans, and one will target all of your requirements.

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The plans of Group Health Incorporated and GHI HMO are extensive and some are available in regional areas of New York only.

GHI and GHI HMO Individual Health Plans

Alliance Value Plan

A PPO network plan, open to all NY residents. It provides basic hospital, medical, and prescription drug coverage. You may seek care from any in-network health care provider or out-of-network provider of your choice without a referral.

Alliance 365 Day Hospital Plan

Open to all NY residents and offers both inpatient and outpatient hospital services, mostly without deductible or coinsurance. Coverage includes in-network hospitals and most out-of-network hospital services.

Medicare Choice PPO

Offered to residents of the Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, and Westchester. It provides access to the Choice PPO network in NYC, Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, and Rockland counties. You will have open enrollment to NYC, Westchester, and Rockland county Medicare services. The plan includes out-of-network coverage and does not require referrals.

Medicare Supplement Insurance

Available to all residents of NY. The supplemental plans are intended to help pay expenses for services not covered by Medicare. There are four plans to choose from.

Direct Pay GHI HMO

Provides complete medical and hospital services through the GHI HMO network of health providers to residents of 29 counties in NY. The services of this plan include a wide range of services, including prescription drugs, wellness and preventive care. There are several options available.

Direct Pay POS

Offers complete medical and hospital services through the GHI HMO network of providers to the same 29 counties as above. The services of the plan are similar to above, but also provide access to out-of-network specialists.

Low Income Plans

Include Healthy New York, Child Health Plus, Family Health Plus, and Medicaid Managed.

GHI acquired GHI HMO as a subsidiary in 1999.

Group Health Incorporated Office Location

441 Ninth Avenue
New York, NY 10001

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