Health Alliance Plan (HAP) is a Michigan-based health care coverage plan that operates through the Henry Ford Health System.
HAP is an “alliance” in that they partner with physicians, employers and groups to best serve the health needs of communities. They’re goal is not just to provide health care coverage, but to enhance the lives of their subscribers.
HAP offers a variety of plans including HMOs and PPOs. They also offer some more specific plans such as for students or for Medicaid or Medicare subscribers.
A very unique benefit to HAP is the assignment of your own personal service coordinator. This service coordinator can help guide you through the first two years of membership in a HAP plan. They’re available to answer questions and ensure you’re getting the information you need.
HAP also offers unique discounts on health-related activities and purchases that enhance your health and well-being outside of doctor care.
Though specific to Michigan, HAP covers urgent care and emergency services anywhere in the world. Whether you become ill or are injured in another state or country, HAP will cover the necessary services to ensure your good health. They will even cover some aspects of travel costs back home.
Rehabilitation and detox programs are covered all across the state. It is directly partnered with facilities to treat issues of addiction through both inpatient and outpatient treatment and care.
Their Coordinated Behavioral Health Management (CBHM) division manages behavioral medicine including addiction services. It is staffed by psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers and nurses who are experienced and educated in treating mental health and substance abuse issues. They not only coordinate you finding the care you need, but also monitor the care you receive while going through treatment. These managed care specialists can be contacted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Treatment for addiction under a HAP plan starts with consulting your Personal Care Physician (PCP). However, if you are in their open-delivery system, you can self-refer – directly arrange to see a specialist.
If you have HAP coverage or are considering a policy with them, DrugRehab.org can help you find information or find substance abuse treatment facilities in the HAP program. You can use our search page, or contact us to find out more.