Sanford Health Plan offers health insurance in North Dakota and South Dakota. It is one of the largest rural health systems in the United States, which makes it especially advantageous for people living in rural areas.
You can quickly compare premium rate estimates online for different plans. Once you provide a few details, you can see estimated rates by plan. Although plan details are limited on this page, you can see the different deductible and HSA options Sanford Health Plan offers.
Sanford Health Plan offers individual and family plans, short-term health insurance, Medicare supplement plans, and group plans for small and large businesses. In North Dakota, you can find Medicaid Expansion benefits, too.
Short-term health plans include coverage for doctor visits, urgent care, emergency room services, ambulance coverage, and discounts on dental, vision, and hearing.
Businesses benefit from helpful resources, health plan renewal preparation, worksite wellness, and no cost COBRA administration. Employers can also benefit from Health Reimbursement Account (HRA), Health Savings Account (HSA), Flexible Spending Account (FSA) services.
Sanford Health Plan members benefit from discounts from local and national retailers and health support.
Health support includes small-group exercise classes, a diabetes prevention program, and nurse care management for chronic conditions. Members can also use an online wellness portal or mobile app to track wellness.
Sanford Health Plan offers a Better Choices, Better Health® Workshop to help people learn more about health and improve their wellness.
Plan members also have access to telemedicine and a member portal where they can manage their health insurance plan.
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Sanford Health Plan health insurance is only available in North Dakota and South Dakota. However, the company's provider network includes medical professionals in Iowa and Minnesota.
If you live outside of North Dakota or South Dakota, you'll need to find another insurance company.