Beginning April 1, 2017, there will be a small increase to some copays for Healthy Michigan Plan beneficiaries. If your income is more than 100 percent of the federal poverty level, there will be a $1 to $2 increase for office visits. This includes dental and vision office visits. Pharmacy copays for preferred medicines and emergency room visits will also have a small increase. Inpatient hospital stays will increase from $50 to $100 per visit. 

Your copay amounts are sent to you through your MI Health account. Every three months you will get a MI Health bill. Your doctor's office can tell you which copay amount will appear on your MI Health statements. 

Updated copay amounts are listed below.

Service Copay amount
Income less than or equal to 100% of the federal poverty level
Copay amount
Income more than 100% of the federal poverty level
Physician office visit (including freestanding urgent care centers) $2 $4
Pharmacy

$1 preferred

$3 non-preferred

$4 preferred

$8 non-preferred

Vision care visit $2 $2
Dental care visit $3 $4
Hearing aids $3 per aid $3 per aid
Chiropractic visit $1 $3
Podiatry visit $2 $4
Emergency room visit for non-emergencies (no copay for emergency services) $3 $8
Outpatient hospital visit $1 $4
Inpatient hospital visit (doesn't apply to emergent admissions) $50 $100

If you receive services that aren't covered by Blue Cross Complete, you may be subject to copays at the point of service. 

*Copay amounts are subject to change.
*If you are exempt from copays, you will remain exempt.

There are no copays for:

  • Family planning products or services
  • Any pregnancy-related products or services
  • Services related to preventive care
  • Services related to chronic conditions, such as diabetes and heart disease
  • Services received at a Federally Qualified Health Center