JPS Health Network and its affiliated facilities are contracted with the following insurance companies and provider networks to provide services to covered members at in-network benefit levels. We always recommend that you contact the insurance company to confirm eligibility and pre-certify services and procedures.
If you have questions about any of these plans, call the number listed on your Member ID Card or the general Member Services phone number listed by your Insurer below.
An important notice for JPS Connection members
Patients who qualify for insurance through the Affordable Care Act must sign up in order to be eligible for JPS Connection.
To be eligible for JPS Connection, you must first take full advantage of all other assistance available to you. If you qualify for insurance from the Marketplace, you must sign up.
November 1: Open Enrollment starts — first day to enroll, re-enroll, or change a 2023 insurance plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace®.
December 15: Last day to enroll in or change plans for 2023 coverage that starts January 1, 2023.
January 1: 2023 coverage starts, if you've enrolled by December 15, 2022 and paid your first premium.
January 15: Last day to enroll in or change plans for 2023 coverage. After this date, you can enroll or change plans only if you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period.
February 1: 2023 coverage starts if you enrolled by January 15, 2023 and you've paid your first premium.
If you are signing up for Affordable Care Act insurance and want to use your insurance at JPS, below is a list of Affordable Care Act insurance plans currently contracted with JPS Health Network.
Important: Not all physicians are contracted with these plans. It is recommended that you verify with the Affordable Care Act representative or your physician to determine if your physician is in-network with the plan you have chosen.
Ambetter Virtual Access
Medicare Open Enrollment – October 15 – December 7
Important Medicare dates
September & October—Review & compare
Review: Your plan may change. Review any notices from your plan about changes for next year.
Compare: Visit Medicare.gov/plan-compare to find and compare plans that meet your needs.
October 15—Open Enrollment begins
This is the one time of year when everyone with Medicare can make changes to their health and drug plans for the next year. October 15 is the first day you can change your Medicare coverage for next year.
December 7—Open Enrollment ends
In most cases, December 7 is the last day you can change your Medicare coverage for next year. The plan has to get your enrollment form by December 7.
January 1—Coverage begins
Your new coverage starts January 1 if you switch to a new plan. If you stay with the same plan, any changes to coverage, benefits, or costs for the New Year will begin on January 1.
Making changes to your coverage after January 1
Between January 1–March 31, if you are in a Medicare Advantage Plan, you can drop your plan and switch to another Medicare Advantage Plan with or without drug coverage, or to Original Medicare. If you switch to Original Medicare, you will also have the option to join a Medicare drug plan. Your coverage will begin the first day of the month after the plan gets your enrollment form. In some cases, you may be able to make other changes if you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period.
For Medicare plans accepted at JPS please visit https://www.jpshealthnet.org/financial-resources/insurance-plans