What is HAP HMO?

What is HAP HMO?

With an HMO (health maintenance organization) plan, you’ll get coordinated care through your primary care physician, or PCP, as well as access to HAP’s network of specialists and facilities in Michigan. HAP HMO Medicare plans start as low as $0* per month. Enroll in a HAP Medicare plan Enroll.

What is HAP in network?

Last updated 10/1/2021. *Outside of the 30-county service area in MI could result in out-of-network costs. Health Alliance Plan (HAP) has HMO, HMO-POS, PPO plans with Medicare contracts. HAP Empowered Duals (HMO SNP) is a Medicare health plan with a Medicare contract and a contract with the Michigan Medicaid Program.

Is HAP only in Michigan?

HAP Medicare PPO Plans With HAP Medicare PPO you’ll have access to HAP’s network of doctors in Michigan, and you can seek care anywhere in the U.S. outside of Michigan. Our PPO plan is accepted in 49 states*.

What kind of insurance is HAP?

HAP is a Michigan-based, nonprofit health plan that provides health coverage to individuals, companies and organizations. We partner with doctors, employers and community groups to enhance the overall health and well-being of the lives we touch.


HAP offers a variety of HMO and PPO plans to fit your budget. All of our plan types focus on preventive care and reducing your health care costs.

What is HAP stand for?


Acronym Definition
HAP Housing Assistance Payment (US Housing & Urban Development Program)
HAP Hot Air Pencil (various companies)
HAP Hospital-Acquired Pneumonia
HAP Hook-Associated Protein

Is HAP a HMO or PPO?

Who owns HAP of Michigan?

Henry Ford Health System
HAP/Parent organizations

Is HAP good health insurance?

DETROIT – Health Alliance Plan (HAP), a Michigan-based, nonprofit health plan, was named a “Best Insurance Company for Medicare Advantage Plans” by U.S. News & World Report. HAP’s Medicare Advantage HMO and Medicare Advantage PPO both earned 4.5 Stars (out of 5) from CMS.

Why would a person choose a PPO over an HMO?

Advantages of PPO plans A PPO plan can be a better choice compared with an HMO if you need flexibility in which health care providers you see. More flexibility to use providers both in-network and out-of-network. You can usually visit specialists without a referral, including out-of-network specialists.