Are you looking for a health insurance company that’s happy to hear from you, wants to answer your questions and will treat you like a person instead of a policy? That’s Health Alliance.
We hate to toot our own horn, but not only did J.D. Power recently rank Health Alliance “Highest In Member Satisfaction Among Commercial Health Plans In The Illinois/Indiana Region,” we also have great members who let us know when we’re doing a good job and encourage us to keep making your experience better. Here’s a personal note from Health Alliance member Kathleen W., cheering us on!
Thanks, Kathleen! We’re happy to help!
After hours of frustrating navigation on Healthcare.gov, multiple calls to their 800 number, long hold times of 20 minutes and more, and dealing with agents who did little more than read the script that didn’t apply to me, I made a decision to call Health Alliance.
I was met with a very pleasant voice from a frontline agent who transferred me to the department I needed to answer my questions. I was lucky enough to talk to Char, who was absolutely fabulous!!! She answered my questions, actually answered the questions I asked and didn’t read the answer from a script!
She was knowledgeable, friendly, and funny, and honestly, Char is why I chose Health Alliance. During a follow-up call to the 800 number I was transferred again to the same department and had the pleasure of speaking with another terrific agent! She too was knowledgeable and funny and made me glad that I chose Health Alliance!
I have over 20 years in call centers, experience in agent training and operations management, and I know great customer service when I hear it! Keep up the great work!!
-Kathleen W., Health Alliance member
Give us a call at 1-888-382-9771 or visit HealthAlliance.org to discover more!
*Health Alliance Medical Plans received the highest numerical score among commercial health plans in the Illinois/Indiana region in the proprietary J.D. Power 2014 U.S. Member Health Plan Study (SM). Study based on 34,315 total member responses, measuring seven plans in the Illinois/Indiana region (excludes Medicare and Medicaid). Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of members surveyed December 2013–January 2014. Your experiences may vary. Visit jdpower.com.