At Peak Vista Community Health Center, all patients are welcome regardless of their ability to pay or insurance status. We gladly accept over 1800 private insurance plans.
Some of our private insurance partners include:
If you are interested in learning more about becoming a new patient, our knowledgeable Enrollment Services Specialists will meet with you to walk you through the different options and plans available to you and your family. We are happy to answer all of your insurance-related questions over the phone at .
We accept a wide range of programs and insurance plans to serve you better, including Medicare Supplements (TriCare Prime, TriCare for Life and AARP), Medicaid, CICP, Secure Horizons and many other private insurances, such as Aetna, Cigna or United Health Care.
Programs we offer and insurance plans we accept include:
If you don’t see your program or insurance plan listed here, please contact us to confirm that we will accept it at (719) 632-5700. Rest assured, we will take the time to answer any questions you may have.
The federal 340B Drug Pricing Program provides relief from high prescription drug costs, ensuring you have access to the medications you need at prices you can afford. To receive the low 340B price, patients must fill prescriptions at one of the following pharmacies working in partnership with Peak Vista:
Peak Vista Community Health Centers and Mountain View Medical Group have joined forces as an Accountable Care Organization (ACO) to participate in the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP). This new partnership, known as Clinical Partners of Colorado Springs (CPCS), is made up of physicians and other health care providers who work together with Medicare to deliver high-quality service and care at the right time, in the right setting. Under the ACO model, physician-led Care Teams provide coordinated care for Medicare Fee-for-Service beneficiaries that are enrolled in traditional Medicare.
The primary goal of Clinical Partners of Colorado Springs (CPCS) is to improve and maintain population health by providing a high-quality continuum of care. As participants in the MSSP, CPCS facilities and providers will be measured on 33 separate quality indicators to ensure appropriate, timely and well-coordinated care
CHP+ is low-cost health insurance for Colorado’s uninsured children and pregnant women. CHP+ is public health insurance for children and pregnant women who earn too much to qualify for Medicaid, but cannot afford private health insurance.
CICP is a program that helps Colorado residents who are not eligible for Medicaid or CHP+. CICP is not a health insurance plan, and is not accepted at all doctors offices or hospitals.
Uninsured applicants will be assigned a rating based on their total income and resources. The rating determines the copayment amount that will be charged to the applicant for medical services for a 12-month calendar year.
To be eligible for CICP, you:
To be eligible for sliding scale payments, you:
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