Their members can contact them on their 24-hour Nurse Advice line: (855) 299-3087.

Alliant Health Plans offers Community Health Coverage, Community Providers, and Community well-being. Alliant Health Plans' commitment towards the community has been to enhance access to affordable and high-quality health care for the past 25 years. This vision guides every aspect of the operation, particularly client service objectives, provider network standards, program design and benefits, and introduction of new services and products. The products range from group health plans to individual family plans, and they all have been deliberately developed to satisfy the demands of local businesses and communities.

Georgia is a state that Alliant is proud to call home. The provider network includes over 21,000 Georgia healthcare professionals and facilities, supporting their mission of providing members with broad access to local care. Their passion for quality treatment is shown in the provider credentialing standards, which have resulted in a 92 percent board certification rate for Alliant Network providers. Each provider is uniquely positioned to meet the specific needs of their communities, guaranteeing that the members receive the care they deserve. This commitment informs the Network's ongoing expansion and Alliant's entry into new communities to offer health plans based on community feedback. Alliant now provides health plans throughout the state of Georgia.

Since its establishment in 1997, when two Georgia hospitals and a physician group joined forces to develop a local health insurance option for their regions, Alliant has grown in size and business line offerings. They are Georgia's last remaining Provider Sponsored Health Care Company (PSHCC) offering health plans in the state. Alliant has grown and changed throughout the years, but they strive to retain the founders' objectives at the forefront of all they do: to provide quality products, thoughtfulness, and care to our members.

People interested in health insurance can avail of SoloCare Individual Family plans and 4Corners Level Paid Group plans. SoloCare Health Plans are accessible in 103 countries, offering different coverage options and benefits for individuals and families. The Alliant Health Plans provide both preventive and therapeutic services. These services can help prevent disease and the early attack of health issues. Many network-participating preventive care services are covered in full. The benefits are provided as part of a wellness examination and are determined based on demographic profile and current health. Additional tests and procedures ordered during the analysis of a health problem are not considered preventive care and may be subject to cost-sharing. Alliant's website is accessible to everyone interested in their plans and contains comprehensive information about their programs and perks.

The 4Corners Level-Funded plan, on the other hand, maybe a solution for an employer who is not yet prepared to adopt a self-funded health plan, as it is a balance between self-funded and fully insured options that offers employers cost-saving opportunities, as well as refunds if claims fall below the projected level. In addition, it protects if claims exceed projections. The Alliant Advantage is a service that manages all administrative tasks related to self-funded health plans. This includes employee enrollment, claims management, and reporting. The service provides plan materials, documents, and communication for employees and dedicated account executives and client services teams for managing the plan.

Moreover, Alliant's network for administering services to its members includes Dual Networking, the Alliant Network, and the PHCS Wrap Network, which requires precise credentialing criteria for physicians and medical institutions. Furthermore, the Alliant Network is a local network available to providers in Georgia, Tennessee, and Alabama. In contrast, the PHCS Wrap Network is a national network with over 500,000 providers that helps to improve member access to physicians, hospitals, and other medical facilities if the Alliant network does not include them. Customers and dependents receive a network based on their address of residence. Beyond the Alliant Network Area, users are assigned the
PHCS Main network, which does not provide access to the Alliant network.

Alliant Health Plans endorses the recommendations of the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) and immunization practices recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as the American Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) and the American Academy of Pediatrics Bright Futures.