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Free or low-cost health care

Need help getting health care coverage? As a Washington State resident, you and your family may be eligible for free or low-cost medical, dental, vision, and behavioral health services through Apple Health (Medicaid).

Find affordable health care.
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Employee and retiree benefits

Are you a public employee, school employee, or retiree? Find everything you need to make informed decisions about and manage your PEBB or SEBB benefits. Explore and compare plans, see how much it costs, find out if you're eligible, and learn how to enroll. If you are leaving employment, find out what options are available for you through continuation coverage.

Explore PEBB and SEBB.
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Billers, providers, and partners

Want to become an Apple Health (Medicaid) or behavioral health provider or partner? Need to revalidate? Find resources to help you manage your enrollment, provide treatment, request prior authorization (PA), and file claims, including forms, billing guides, fee schedules, medical policies, and training materials for ProviderOne.

Find partner resources.
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About HCA

Functioning as both the state's largest health care purchaser and its behavioral health authority, the Washington State Health Care Authority (HCA) is a leader in ensuring Washington residents have the opportunity to be as healthy as possible. There are three pillars of our work: Apple Health (Medicaid); the Public Employees Benefits Board (PEBB) and School Employees Benefits Board (SEBB) programs; and behavioral health and recovery. Under these pillars, HCA purchases health care, including behavioral health treatment for more than 2.7 million Washington residents and provides behavioral health prevention, crisis, and recovery supports to all Washington residents.

Learn more about our programs.