Texas True Choice (TTC) was acquired by MultiPlan in 2010. Since that time most providers participating in the TTC Network have been integrated into MultiPlan's primary PPO network, the PHCS Network, as well as its complementary network, the MultiPlan Network. Today the TTC Network is used only for government-sponsored health plans in Texas, as well as for access under the Student Accident Network. Please use the links below to learn more about the TTC Network for government-sponsored programs or TTC's integration into the PHCS and MultiPlan Networks.
Do you participate in the TTC Network serving government-sponsored health plans?
If you participate in our networks serving government-funded health care programs such as STAR, STAR Health, STAR+PLUS, CHIP or CHIP Perinatal, you can find information about these programs and your participation here.
Would you like to participate in the TTC Network servicing government-sponsored health plans?
You can learn about government programs supported by Texas True Choice Network and download an application here.
Did you participate in the TTC Network for commercial group health plans?
If you used to participate in the TTC Network for commercial group health plans, you most likely now participate in and access those same patients through MultiPlan's national primary (PHCS Network) and complementary (MultiPlan Network) provider networks. You can learn more about participation in these networks here. While we are no longer accepting data updates for the Texas True Choice commercial network, we encourage you to update your demographic information for the PHCS and MultiPlan networks here. For other inquiries, please visit the Contact Us section of multiplan.com.
Do you have a question about a commercial claim repriced through the TTC Network?
TTC Network claims for commercial group health plans with a date of service on or prior to December 31, 2012 will continue to be repriced through December 31, 2013. If you would like to appeal a commercial claim repriced through the TTC Network, you can do so here.