Main Line Health accepts most health insurance plans, including those listed below. This is not a comprehensive listing. If you have questions, please call 484.580.4360.

Commercial insurance plans

Medicare Advantage plans

  • Keystone-First (formerly Keystone-Mercy) – VIP Choice (Dual Eligibles covered by Medicare Advantage Special Needs Plan)
  • Aetna – Medicare Advantage HMO/POS/PPO and Aetna Main Line Prime Products
  • Cigna HealthSpring (formerly Bravo & Elderhealth) – Medicare Advantage and Dual Eligibles
  • Erickson/EverCare (division of United Healthcare) – Medicare Nursing Home Plan
  • Geisinger Health Plan – Medicare Advantage
  • Health Partners Plans – Medicare Advantage
  • Humana – Medicare Advantage
  • Independence Blue Cross (IBC) – Medicare Advantage Products including Keystone 65, Keystone 65 Select, Keystone 65 Focus and Personal Choice 65
  • United Healthcare – Medicare Advantage Group Retiree PPO (does not include individual policies such as AARP)

Managed Medicaid – PA HealthChoices

  • Keystone-First (formerly Keystone-Mercy)
  • Health Partners Plan – Medicaid and CHIP
  • Mercy LIFE – Delaware County only (Dual Eligible/Medicaid Product)

Behavioral health plans

  • Aetna Behavioral Health
  • Cigna Behavioral Health
  • Community Care Behavioral Health (CCBH)
  • ComPsych – Mirmont
  • Highmark (BC/BS of DE) – Mirmont
  • Magellan – Commercial, Medicare, and Medicaid (Bucks, Delaware and Montgomery counties)
  • Mental Health Associates (MH Net/Coventry)
  • Mental Health Consultants
  • Penn Behavioral Health
  • United Behavioral Health/Optum - Commercial, Medicare & CHIP
  • Value Options

Coverage subject to patient’s eligibility and benefits

A special note to new and expecting parents

Most insurance companies require that a new child be added to the parent’s policy within 30 days of birth. Failure to do so could result in non-payment for the child’s hospital services by the insurance company. If this occurs, the parent/responsible party will be billed for the services. Please check with your insurance company to determine when they require a new child to be added to the policy.