Insurance Plans

Finding Out About Your Insurance Coverage

How to find out what your insurance plan covers at HHC

Hall Health Tax ID Number (TIN): 91-1220843

  • Call your insurance company and give them our tax identification number (TIN) to determine whether Hall Health is considered “in-network.” If we are “in-network,” you will have a higher level of coverage at Hall Health than if we are “out of network.” Even if Hall Health is an in-network provider, you may still receive a bill if your insurance does not cover the full cost of your care.
  • Determine which services you need (i.e., mental health care, lab work, prescription medication), and ask your insurance company about any out-of-pocket costs you’ll be expected to pay, either up-front, or billed after your appointment. Keep in mind that it is difficult to predict what will happen during the course of the visit, and be prepared for a bill if you receive care that is not fully covered by your insurance.
  • Bring your insurance card and photo ID to your appointment. Be prepared to pay any co-pays.
  • You will receive an explanation of benefits from your insurance company, which provides information about what portion of the cost of your care the insurance is going to cover. This is not a bill. If you have questions about the information on your explanation of benefits, contact your insurance company.
  • You may receive a bill from Hall Health Center, UW Physicians, or from UW Laboratory Medicine. Contact the phone number listed on the bill if you have questions, or would like to set up a payment plan.

It is your responsibility to learn about your insurance coverage, and to pay for any care not covered by your insurance plan. Contact our billing office if you have any questions.

Accountable Care Networks

Please note that Hall Health Center is not able to see new non-student patients with the following insurance plans, or any other ACN (Accountable Care Network) plan:

  • UMP Plus – PSHVN (Puget Sound)
  • UMP Plus – UW Medicine ACN
  • Boeing ACN UW Medicine Advantage Plus 8070
  • Boeing ACN UW Medicine Select Network 8069
  • Boeing ACN UW Medicine Traditional 8068
I-SHIP and GAIP Insurance
Many UW students have insurance purchased through the university known as the the UW International Student Health Insurance Plan (ISHIP).  If you have ISHIP, information about what the plan covers is available online. Learn more about the US health care system and how to obtain care. Graduate students who are employed as research assistants (RAs) or teaching assistants (TAs) have the Graduate Appointee Insurance Plan (GAIP)Information about GAIP coverage is available online. If you have ISHIP or GAIP, you may receive discounted services at Hall Health and at the Hall Health Pharmacy.
UW Employee Insurance Plans

Other types of UW employees may have insurance through Kaiser, Group Health or Uniform Medical Plan.  If you have Kaiser or Group Health insurance, services at Hall Health will not be covered by your plan.  However, Uniform Medical Plan Classic (administered by Regence) is contracted with Hall Health.  For more information about health insurance for UW employees, visit UW Human Resources.

Please note that Hall Health Center is not able to see new non-student patients with the following insurance plans, or any other ACN (Accountable Care Network) plan:

  • UMP Plus – PSHVN (Puget Sound)
  • UMP Plus – UW Medicine ACN
  • Boeing ACN UW Medicine Advantage Plus 8070
  • Boeing ACN UW Medicine Select Network 8069
  • Boeing ACN UW Medicine Traditional 8068
Insurance Through the Affordable Care Act
If you have private insurance through the Washington Health Benefit Exchange, there are presently only three plans that are contracted with Hall Health Center and other parts of UW Medicine.  They are:

  • BridgeSpan
  • Molina Healthcare
  • Community Health Plan of Washington (CHPW-HIX)

If you have Medicaid (aka Washington Apple Health or DSHS), please be aware that we are contracted with these three plans:

  • Amerigroup Washington (AMG)
  • Molina Healthcare of Washington (MHC)
  • Coordinated Care Corporation (CCC)

Learn more about health insurance and the Affordable Care Act.

UW Employee Insurance Plans
UW employees may have insurance through Kaiser, Group Health or Uniform Medical Plan.  If you have Kaiser or Group Health insurance, services at Hall Health will not be covered by your plan.  However, Uniform Medical Plan (administered by Regence) is contracted with Hall Health.  For more information about health insurance for UW employees, visit UW Human Resources.

Need additional help?

For further questions, please call our Billing office at (206) 616-1881.