For Our Patients
In 2001 the Utah Legislature passed, and the Governor signed into law, a bill called “Rural Access to Healthcare Providers” (SB175). The law has the following effects with respect to you and Brigham City Community Hospital.
If you are a resident of Box Elder County and are enrolled in a commercial health maintenance organization (HMO) or a similar health plan, you may use the services of Brigham City Community Hospital.
The HMO or health insurance plan in which you participate must pay the hospital for those services at rates it would pay other hospitals with which it has contracts for comparable service. As with all such health plans, you must follow the prior authorization requirements of your HMO or health insurance plan. If you want to be accommodated at Brigham City Community Hospital, the HMO or health insurance plan cannot require you to go elsewhere if the service is offered at Brigham City Community Hospital.
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Ask About Accepted Health Insurance Plans
The following employer-sponsored health insurance plans are currently offered in our healthcare market:
- Corvel(Workers Comp Only)
- Deseret Mutual (DMBA)
- Deseret Choice, Student Health Plan
- First Health/CCN
- Health Utah
- Great-West Healthcare
- Private Healthcare Systems (PHCS)
- Public Employees Health Plan (PEHP)
- Summit (Wise Provider Network)
- Tricare (formerly called Champus)
- USA Managed Care
- University of Utah Health Plan
- Wise Provider Network
- Workers’ Compensation
- Private Fee For Service Plans
- SecureHorizons (United)
There are other plans your employer may offer. If your plan is not listed here, please check with your employer to make sure you can choose a MountainStar hospital.