Wyoming Native American
People with the occasional health hiccup, but who are otherwise pretty safe and healthy. Coverage without breaking the bank.
High Plains Plans
Silver High Plains
Low Cost Share
Please Note: Highlighted benefits reflect In-Network coverage
Individual Out-of-pocket Maximum
family Out-of-pocket Maximum
Hospital Network: Network Provider Finder for all types of providers
Plan Type: PPO
HSA Eligible: No
Affordable coverage that includes annual wellness and preventive care. Peace of mind that you have access to a select network of dedicated providers.
Coinsurance after deductible
Primary care visit
Urgent Care Visit
Tier 1- Generic drugs
Your Cost In-Network
The Co-Op Difference
Our signature member benefits
Frequently Asked Questions
CO-OP stands for Consumer Oriented and Operated Plan. This means that, not only are our plans accepted by providers across the state, but as a CO-OP member, you have a voice and a vote in how the CO-OP is run.
Our board of directors, who govern our company, must be made up of a majority of our members – not big business. We reinvest all our profit into our Member-owned organization.
A copay is a fixed amount you pay out of pocket when you go see a doctor. For example, if your plan states you have a $20 copay for a visit with your primary care physician, you’ll pay $20 for your appointments.
A deductible is the amount you agree to pay before your insurance plan covers your care. For example, if your play has a $5,000 deductible, you would be responsible for paying $5,000 out-of-pocket before the plan would pick up your bill.