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CHP+ Benefits

Learn what’s included, and about the benefits you get through our plan.

CHP+ Benefits

As a member, you can get the care you need. Here’s what you get:

  • Blood work
  • Doctor visits
  • Inpatient hospital services
  • Outpatient services
  • Mental health services
  • Prescriptions
  • Immunizations
  • Specialist visits
  • Vision care
  • X-rays
  • Dental care offered by Delta Dental
  • Much more
  • y mucho más
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Your Copays

For some care you get, you may have to pay a copay. A copay is a dollar amount you pay to get a service, supply or medication. You pay a copay when you see your provider. You might also pay a copay when you get your prescription medications. The standard copays range from $0 to $50 per visit. Our copays depend on the size of your family and how much you make. Copays are listed on your CHP+ card. There are no copays for preventive visits. Family planning services and prenatal care don’t have a copay either. Please make sure your provider is in our network. You might have to pay more if your provider is not part of our network.

Here are some examples of our copays:

  • Emergency care: $3-$50
  • Routine medical office visit: $0-$10
  • Hospital (inpatient): $0-$50
  • Physical, speech and occupational therapy visits: $0-$10
  • Prescription medications: $0-$5 (generic) and $15 (brand name)

Your Dental Benefits

Good oral health is an important part of your health.
With CHP+ offered by Colorado Access, you have dental benefits. Here are some of the benefits you can get through Delta Dental:

  • Cleanings
  • Exams
  • X-rays
  • Fillings
  • Root canals

Call Delta Dental for more information at 800-610-0201. You can also read the Delta Dental Member Handbook.

Your Prescription Benefits

As a CHP+ member, you have prescription medication benefits. To get a prescription medication, your provider must write you a prescription. Your prescription must be written by a provider who is in our network, otherwise it may be rejected. Take the prescription to a retail pharmacy that is in our network. Give the written prescription from your provider to the pharmacist and show them your CHP+ ID card. Some CHP+ members have a copay for prescription medications. Your copay amount is listed on your CHP+ card. You can find a quick list of commonly covered medications here.

CHP+ also covers over 200 over-the-counter medications, like Tylenol and vitamins. You can also call us for more information.

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