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Alliant Health Insurance

Good health begins with good choices

Alliant Health Plans offer Individual/Family health insurance coverage to Georgia residents of Barrow, Polk, Floyd, Gordon, Pickens, Gilmer, Whitfield, Murray, Fannin, Union, Lumpkin, Dawson, Towns, White, Hall, Rabun, Habersham, Banks, Stephens, Franklin, and Hart counties.

What Do Alliant Health Plans Offer?

Local Customer Service

Alliant’s customer service representatives — located in their corporate office in Dalton, GA — are ready to assist you.

No Charge for Preventive Care

Preventive Care is always covered at 100% in all of their plans, using In-Network providers.

No Medical Qualifications

No matter what, you will never deal with a “pre-existing condition” waiting period.

24-Hour Nurse Advice Line

You can reach out to Alliant’s 24-hour Nurse Advice Line toll-free at (855) 299-3087.

24/7 Access to your Health Record and Plan Information

In today’s fast-moving society, easy access to information is the key to quality healthcare. Alliant provides all members access to their plan information through the member portal PHRAnywhere. This portal not only helps you manage your health plan benefits by providing quick access to current information, but also stores medical information in a secure online vault.


You may qualify for financial assistance

An Advanced Premium Tax Credit (APTC) can lower the amount you pay toward your monthly premium. Tax credits are available to individuals and families who earn at least 100% but not more than 400% of the Federal Poverty level. Only the Marketplace can determine if you are eligible and how much you may receive in tax credits.

Choose the plan that’s right for you

Health Care Reform, also known as the Affordable Care Act (ACA), established metal levels to indicate the value of your insurance coverage: platinum, gold, silver and bronze. All plans cover the same essential health benefits, but your cost share is different.

  • Platinum – This is the highest level with both the highest premium and the richest benefits. Good for people who frequently receive medical services and are willing to pay more each month for the lowest ongoing health care costs.
  • Gold – Gold has a higher level of benefits than silver but also a higher monthly premium. Beneficial for people who receive medical services regularly and who are okay with a higher monthly premium in order to have more costs covered.
  • Silver – This level has slightly higher monthly premiums than bronze but also richer benefits. Beneficial for people who want to keep monthly premiums and out-of-pocket costs balanced.
  • Bronze – This level has the lowest monthly premium but also the highest out-of-pocket costs. Beneficial for people who prefer lower monthly premiums and don’t expect to need a lot of medical services.