UPMC Health Care and UPMC Health Plan Coverage... Together

Imagine if your doctor and your health plan were on the same side. Yours.

That's Health Care Simplified. The expert health care providers at UPMC — rated among the nations top 10 on U.S. News and World Report's Best Hospitals list — working seamlessly with UPMC Health Plan, the region's highest rated health plan in member satisfaction by J.D. Power and Associates.

Just think...health care without all the confusion. This patient-centered approach makes it simpler for you, because your care and service are coordinated. UPMC was first in the area to offer this integrated system. And for the past 15 years, it has served as a model for progressive health care systems throughout America.

Empowering Education

Through Health Care Simplified, UPMC offers:

  • Health Care Reform info and answers
  • Health Insurance Exchange details
  • Help understanding which health plans are accepted by UPMC doctors and facilities

Confusing Terms, a Simpler Approach

An integrated approach to health care and coverage is a new idea for many. Terms describing this system include:

  • IDFS (Integrated Delivery and Finance System)
  • IDN (Integrated Delivery System)
  • ACO (Accountable Care Organization)

Rest assured, UPMC's 15 years of experience working this way will make it simple for you.

A Ready Resource

Our call center (855-646-8762) is here to help you get the answers you need. Just ask! And to keep up with news and changes, visit this site regularly as we update and expand.

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