Keystone Health Plan East HMO Plans
With a Keystone HMO plan from Independence Blue Cross, you can see any doctor or visit any hospital in the Keystone Health Plan East network. You pick a primary care physician (PCP), or family doctor, to coordinate your care. Your PCP will treat you for general health needs and refer you to specialists as needed. With a Keystone HMO plan, you will not be covered for care that you receive from doctors or hospitals outside the Keystone Health Plan East network (except for emergency services).
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Is a Keystone HMO plan right for you?
One of the Keystone HMO plans from Independence Blue Cross may be the best Pennsylvania health insurance option for you and your family if:
How Keystone HMO plans work
Keystone HMO plan options
|Keystone HMO Gold||Keystone HMO Silver2||Keystone HMO Bronze2|
|Primary care physician visit||$35||$35 no deductible||$75 no deductible|
|Specialist visit||$65||$70 no deductible||$150 no deductible|
|Inpatient hospital||$750/day1||30% after deductible||Subject to deductible and $700/day1|
|Generic prescription drugs||$15||$15 no deductible (integrated with medical deductible)||$25 no deductible (integrated with medical deductible)|
- Find out which health providers are available in these plans.
- Still have questions about the Keystone HMO health plans? Call a licensed agent to learn more about your health options at 1-888-475-6206 (TTY:711).
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1 Amount shown reflects copay per day. There is a maximum of 5 copays per admission.
2 Keystone HMO Silver and Keystone HMO Bronze are not available for purchase through the Pennsylvania Insurance Exchange (Pennie) and must be purchased through Independence directly.