PriorityHRA plans

Our small business PriorityHRA plans offer greater flexibility and funding options for employers with 2 - 50 eligible employees. Choose a deductible option with an employer contribution that meets your needs. 

Once the employee contribution is used on the deductible, the employer contribution is then applied to the remaining deductible. If copayments occur before the deductible, the employee is responsible for those costs.

Plan highlights

  • No need to pre-fund the HRA – We allow funding on a pay-as-you-go basis. If employees don't use their accounts, no funding is required.
  • $10 Virtual care services covered before deductible
  • Diabetic coverage – Certain diabetic supplies purchased through a participating DME provider are covered at 100% before deductible and preferred insulins are covered at the Tier 1b prescription drug cost share
  • Chiropractic care – Covers up to 30 acute and/or maintenance care visits per contract year
  • Cash rewards – Our Cost Estimator tool lets members shop for high-quality care at lower-cost facilities. Best of all, when members shop for and receive care at a fair-price facility, we’ll send them a Visa® reward card
  • Hearing exams and discounts on high-quality hearing aids – Offered by our partner, TruHearing. Learn more
  • Adult vision coverage, powered by EyeMed – $15 annual eye exam and in-network discounts on frames, standard plastic lenses, lens options, select contact lenses, laser vision correction, and non-prescription sunglasses. Learn more
  • Optional dental coverage – Two Delta Dental PPO/Premier plans to choose from, both include annual exams and cleanings. Learn more
  • No referral needed – Our plans don't require a referral to see a specialist

Select the right network for your employees

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POS plans

PriorityPOSSM plan benefits employers who are looking for the flexibility of a traditional health plan but need the cost savings of managed care.

  • A hybrid of HMO and PPO plans, our POS offering can designate an in-network primary care provider (PCP) while also covering outside services at a slightly higher out-of-pocket cost.
  • Similar to HMO, members are also required to have a PCP to receive in-network benefits.

PPO plans

PriorityPPOSM offers employees the greatest freedom of choice by providing in-network and out-of-network options.

  • Employers reap the benefits of a low-cost health care plan, while employees can choose to see Priority Health network providers and pay less or visit non-network doctors or hospitals and pay more.
  • It lets members receive in-network benefits without having a designated primary care provider (PCP).