Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance Plans
Considering your health plan options during Open Enrollment? Keep in mind that having a doctor you know and trust is a key part to maintaining your health. This Open Enrollment, be sure your plan includes Dignity Health physicians and hospitals.
Dignity Health physicians and hospitals deliver care with humankindness. Learn more about the services we provide to communities throughout California, Arizona and Nevada:
Sacramento Intel Employees
Connected Care California and Dignity Health
One of the best things you can do for your family’s health is to secure access to outstanding care—and Intel has made doing so remarkably easy. When you choose Intel’s Connected Care California High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP), you have access to the region’s finest doctors and most advanced medical technologies—all available through Dignity Health.
Blue Shield of California Trio ACO HMO
Dignity Health is proud to be a provider partner in the Blue Shield of California Trio ACO HMO Network. The Trio ACO HMO plans are focused on delivering choice, affordability and access to high-quality care with lower premiums.
Frequently Asked Questions
Dignity Health is not a health insurance company. Dignity Health is a provider network of more than 60,000 caregivers and staff who deliver excellent care to diverse communities in hospitals, physician offices and other types of care centers in 21 states. Headquartered in San Francisco, Dignity Health is the fifth largest health system in the nation and the largest hospital provider in California.
A health insurance broker or agent is a person who can help you apply for help to pay for your health insurance and enroll in a health plan. They can make specific recommendations about which plan to enroll in based on your health care needs. They are licensed and regulated by states and typically get payments, or commissions, from health insurers and therefore, consumers do not pay for their services. Dignity Health offers a list of brokers here who provide enrollment assistance over the phone and in person.
Open Enrollment is a time of year when you can sign up for health insurance.
Employees who have health insurance through their employer often have an Open Enrollment period in the Fall for coverage starting January 1. However, Open Enrollment for employer plans can take place at any time during the year, usually 2-3 months before the health plan effective date.
Whether this is your first Open Enrollment with your company or you are looking to renew your coverage health insurance for another year, it's a good idea to consider your options. If you have a doctor or group of doctors you have been seeing or would like to see, be sure they are in the health plan's network. If you need to find a doctor, visit Find A Doctor for a list of Dignity Health physicians in your area. for a list of Dignity Health physicians in your area.
Your HR representative is a great resource for more information about the health insurance options available to you during Open Enrollment. You may also visit the health plans' websites to find out more about their benefits and physician networks. Visit DignityHealth.org to learn more about Dignity Health services in the communities we serve.