Seton Health Plan (SHP) is an HMO health plan licensed by the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI). In addition to the HMO license, SHP has a Utilization Review Agent license, which focuses on the utilization management/medical management components of health plans and on improving the overall quality of health plans.

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SetonCARE Plus

SETONCare Plus is a program of the Seton Community Health Centers
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Ascension SmartHealth - Texas Medical Plan

SmartHealth is offered to Seton and Ascension associates and their eligible dependents.
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Seton Associates Health and Wellness Programs

Seton offers programs to help you achieve your health and wellness goals.
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Information for Providers

Get information on MAP, SetonCARE Plus, CCHC and Seton Charity Programs.
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SHP currently serves the Medicaid STAR (18,000 members), Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) (8,700 members), Seton Employee Benefit Plan (22,000 lives) and MAP/charity/sliding fee scale (35,000 lives) populations.

SHP began as a health plan in 1999 by serving the CHIP population. In 2002, SHP began serving the MAP population, and in 2003, it began administering the Seton Employee Benefit Plan known as SmartHealth. In 2012, SHP expanded into Medicaid with the addition of the STAR product. The plan is wholly owned affiliate of the Seton Healthcare Family.

Announcing Dell Children's Health Plan

Looking for information on healthcare coverage in the CHIP and STAR programs? Dell Children’s Health Plan covers families who don’t have their own health insurance.
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