Superior HealthPlan offers health insurance plans that fit your needs. Program eligibility depends on your age, income, family size and any special health needs you may have.
View all of our available health insurance plans below. Select the program you are enrolled with. This will take you to more information about that program. If you are not enrolled with Superior HealthPlan, review Get Insured for more information.
If you do not know what program you are enrolled in, contact us. We can help!
The Health Insurance Marketplace is an online list of health-care plans. Ambetter from Superior HealthPlan offers affordable health-care coverage for individuals and families. Depending on your family size and income, you may even qualify for help to pay your monthly premium.
People without health insurance may be able to get health coverage from the Texas Medicaid program called STAR. This program covers office visits, prescription drugs, eye exams, glasses and much more.
People without health insurance may be able to get health coverage from the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). This program covers office visits, prescription drugs, eye exams, glasses and much more.
STAR+PLUS is health-care coverage for qualified, low-income people who are elderly or who have a disability. This program also covers office visits, prescription drugs and eye exams as well as long-term services and support.
STAR Health is health-care coverage for children in foster care. Superior works very closely with the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) to make sure foster children throughout the state get the services and support they need.
Health care for children with disabilities, special needs or chronic conditions, who are age 20 or younger.
Health care for seniors and people with disabilities who are enrolled in Medicare Parts A, B, and D and receive full Medicaid benefits.
Medicare Advantage programs for members who are eligible for Medicare or both Medicare and Medicaid (dual eligible). If you are a STAR+PLUS Member and qualify for Medicare you may be able to enroll as a dual eligible member.