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The Upper Peninsula Health Plan operates many different government programs and is committed to keeping the Upper Peninsula healthy. Below is information about our main programs and how to apply for coverage.
The Upper Peninsula Health Plan (UPHP) is a managed care organization licensed by the state of Michigan to provide Medicaid medical services. You do not need to pay for medically necessary services that are covered on the contracted fee schedule and coordinated with your primary care provider (PCP). Click here for more information.
UPHP Healthy Michigan Plan
The Healthy Michigan Plan provides health care benefits to Michigan residents at a low cost so that more people can have health coverage. Upper Peninsula Health Plan (UPHP) provides Healthy Michigan Plan coverage and benefits through the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS). Click here for more information.
MIChild is a health insurance program for uninsured children of Michigan’s working families. The Upper Peninsula Health Plan (UPHP) provides coverage to children less than 19 years of age and reside in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. You pay just $10 a month for your whole family (even if you have more than one child.) Click here for more information.
Medicare is a health insurance program run by the government for people over age 65 and people under 65 with certain disabilities. The Upper Peninsula Health Plan (UPHP) offers three Medicare Advantage programs. Click here for more information.
Page Last Updated: 09/13/2017