Small Business Health Insurance in Arizona
Affordable. And built for Arizona small businesses.
Sana is now able to bring our amazing, high-quality health plans to businesses in Arizona. We offer plans to meet any budget and a customer service team with a 95% customer satisfaction score. Employees can see any doctor they want and we never charge out-of-network fees. Get access to the best doctors, wherever they are–Phoenix, Tucson, Prescott, Yuma, Flagstaff and in-between.
Arizona group health insurance
Take advantage of our Sana Care partnerships for expert second opinions and no-cost treatment options—including joint replacement, oncology, cardiology, and more at reputable hospitals like the Mayo Clinic, Abrazo Scottsdale Hospital and Carondelet St Joseph’s Hospital.
High-quality medical services
Other Sana Care options include Dispatch Health, which offers in-home urgent care for the Phoenix and Tucson areas. Or Plushcare for high-quality virtual appointments with primary care physicians licensed to practice medicine in Arizona. This Sana Care ecosystem is available to members at no cost on most plans.
Sana plans in Arizona
Sana vs. everyone else
We don’t do hidden fees. With Sana, your costs are transparent and predictable so you can budget with confidence.
Forget out-of-network hassles and limitations. Our All-Access PPO Plus network enables you and your employees to choose any provider without out-of-network costs or referrals.
Sana gives you access to high-quality providers and the ability to add dental and vision care to any plan. You get virtual care options for primary care, maternity care, mental health and more, for $0 on most plans.
Sana’s employer portal makes understanding and managing your plan simple. Our admin and member support teams are Sana experts, accessible via chat or email.
Arizona does not require any company to offer health insurance benefits, although the Affordable Care Act (ACA) does. But not all companies are under the health care mandate. If your company has 1 to 50 full-time employees, you do not have to provide them with health insurance. However, offering coverage will make you a more attractive employer to employees evaluating their options.
Sana provides plans to businesses with five or more employees.
Establish your budget and objectives. You can streamline the process by working directly with Sana, so you don’t have to use brokers or third-party administrators. In addition to providing plan administration and claims adjudication, we’ve got a seasoned implementation team to help you onboard. Also, you are not required to wait until your current plan cycle ends. You’ll be able to transition mid-year with our team’s help.
Your costs will vary depending on the percentage of employee premiums you cover, the number of people you enroll, and whether you cover employees only or also their dependents. Your choice of plan also influences costs (and that of your employees).
Sana negotiates pricing with providers based on objective, industry-accepted metrics. Shrinking provider markups reduces the cost of care, making premiums more manageable. As a small business, you can deduct the cost of employee premiums from your federal taxes. You may also qualify for a tax credit.
Of course. The dashboard on our site allows employers and administrators to easily add new employees, update contact information, adjust benefits (such as when an employee has a Qualifying Life Event), or remove employees from the plan. Additionally, plan administrators can take advantage of Mineral (formerly ThinkHR) for free. Mineral provides plan administrators with a team of advisors for assistance with HR-related programs and tasks. They can get a compliant employee handbook with prewritten and automatic policy updates, and they can use an award-winning resource center.