Whether you’re considering insurance through your employer or purchasing coverage on your own, we can help guide you through your different options so you can get the coverage you need.
Stanford Health Care is contracted with most major health insurance carriers. Coverage for your care at Stanford Health Care is determined by your insurance company and is based on the provisions of your specific plan.
To verify Stanford Health Care has in-network status for your plan, please look for your plan in the appropriate insurance category below. You may also want to contact your insurance provider directly to confirm Stanford Health Care's status. You may be asked for our group NPI or Tax ID.
Please click on any of the insurance types listed below to find out our status with each of these plans.
If you are a UHA patient, visit University HealthCare Alliance for insurance coverage.
If you or your child is a patient at Stanford Children's Health, visit Stanford Children's Health for insurance coverage.
- Please be aware that visits with behavioral health professionals will be billed to your behavioral health/mental health insurance carrier.
- Your behavioral health insurance (also called mental health insurance) may be different than your medical insurance which covers your cancer treatment.
Understanding behavioral health/mental health insurance benefits:
- Most insurance plans offer medical coverage and behavioral health/mental health coverage, they do not always access the same network of providers., The behavioral health insurance may be provided by a “carve out” or third-party insurer.
- Your insurance plan network might have different provider or medical facility restrictions for behavioral health versus your medical care.
- As a result, your insurance plan might cover your medical treatment at Stanford, but it may not cover behavioral health services at Stanford.
- This is the case even if your behavioral health issues relate entirely to your medical treatment.
- When you are referred to behavioral health services, our benefits specialists will determine your behavioral health coverage and will discuss with you prior to being scheduled for a New Patient Visit.
What if I don’t have coverage?
- If your behavioral health benefit plan will not allow you to be seen by a member of our team, we encourage you to work with our Stanford Health Care social workers and medical team to seek assistance in selecting a mental health provider who participates in your behavioral health network. You also have the option to seek services at Stanford outside of your behavioral health network as a self-payment status for which a patient financial counselor could further assist you in understanding those options.
If you do have behavioral health coverage for services at Stanford Health Care:
- Many patients may require short term care.
- Some see us more often, and follow up over time, it is the patient’s responsibility to understand ongoing coverage, for example the number of visits covered for counseling.
- If your insurance changes and with each new year, it is up to you to continue to make sure your insurance covers these services.
- Our financial counselors and benefits specialists can help you to understand your insurance coverage as it pertains to seeking behavioral health care services at Stanford.