Health Services

There are several health care coverage programs to assist you and your family obtain health insurance.

CHIP - The Children's Health Insurance Program

The Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) is a state health insurance plan for children. Depending on income and family size, Utah families who do not have other health insurance may qualify for CHIP for their children. Click here to see if you qualify or Click here to apply.

PCN - The Primary Care Network

The Primary Care Network (PCN) is a health plan offered by the Utah Department of Health. It covers services administered by a primary care provider. Applications are only accepted during open enrollment periods, which are held when resources are available to cover more people. The federal government requires PCN to enroll more parents than people without children. Because of this, PCN may schedule separate enrollment times for parents and those without children. To qualify as a parent, you must have children age 18 or younger living at home with you. PCN is open for enrollment and accepting applications until further notice. Click here to see if you qualify or click here to apply.

UPP - Utah's Premium Partnership

UPP - Utah's Premium Partnership for Health Insurance helps make health insurance more affordable for working individuals and families who do not currently have health insurance. UPP (pronounced 'up') helps you pay your monthly health insurance premiums through your employer's health insurance plan. Click here to see if you qualify or Click here to apply.

The Utah Medicaid Program

The Utah Medicaid Program provides medical assistance to low-income families, children, pregnant women, and disabled and elderly individuals.

Quality & Transparency

One of the initiatives of Utah's Health System reform efforts is to provide consumers and businesses with greater quality and transparency information regarding their health choices.  Here you will find information that will help you to make better and more informed choices.  Quality & Transparency »