The Health Connect Plan features two provider networks:
The Health Connect Plan is built around a select group of Eastside
providers who are committed to working together to offer a personalized health
care experience with the goal of improved health outcomes.
The Health Connect network spans the Eastside of Puget Sound, giving you access to:
Primary care providers
Ambulatory surgery centers
Urgent care centers
Emergency room locations
Within the network, you can choose from a broad range of providers and facilities—many of which you may be familiar with today:
The providers in the Health Connect network are a sub-set of the same Premera Blue Cross network available through the Health Savings Plan. Your out-of-pocket costs typically will be lower if you see a provider in the Health Connect network.
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The Eastside Health Network (EHN) is a physician-led, clinically integrated network that aligns dozens of independent practices with Overlake Medical Center & Clinics and EvergreenHealth provider practices and facilities.
The Eastside Health Network includes:
Within EHN, patients have access to two health care systems, Overlake Medical Center & Clinics and EvergreenHealth, which includes cancer care centers, trauma centers, maternity centers, neonatal intensive care, hospice, home care, and many others.
Eastside Health Network
Allegro Pediatrics is the largest physician-owned pediatric practice on the Eastside, with over 90 providers in eight locations. Services include:
Microsoft’s on-site clinic, the Living Well Health Center & Pharmacy, offers convenient access to comprehensive care on the Redmond campus in Building 21. Services include:
In addition, Living Well Eye Care at The Commons takes care of your routine vision needs, including annual exams and a 40 percent discount on eyewear.
Living Well Health Center
The Extended network consists of the same broad, nationwide network of Premera Blue Cross Blue Shield providers that is available under the Health Savings Plan, including Seattle Children's Hospital, Virginia Mason, UW Medicine, Swedish Health Services, and Providence Health & Services. You can choose to see Extended network providers at any time, but your out-of-pocket costs will be higher than if you see a Health Connect network provider. For more information on how you pay for care under the Health Connect Plan, visit the Learn about the Plan page.
Some services might not be available in the Health Connect network. When unavailable, you can receive them from an Extended network provider at the in network rate. That means lower out-of-pocket costs to you. See the full list of services.
If you or a family member needs a service or provider that is not available in the Health Connect network, with your PCP’s approval you may be able to get a waiver to see providers in the Extended network at the same cost as if they were in the Health Connect network.