The more you know.

Review important CHIP policies and practices.


Only an Eligibility Worker can determine if you qualify. However, you might be interested in these policy updates.

View CHIP Policy Manual


The Department of Health complies with applicable federal laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. The Department provides free aids and services to people with disabilities in order to communicate effectively with us. The Department also provides free language services to people whose primary language is not English.

Full Nondiscrimination Policy

Language Services Policy

Civil Rights

If you believe you have been improperly denied a service or benefit because of your disability, age, sex, religion, race, color or national origin, you may contact the State to file a complaint. Even if you choose not to file a complaint with the State you still may file a written complaint with the Federal Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Federal Office Building, 1961 Stout Street, Room 1426, Denver, CO 80294-3538. Or you may contact the Federal Office for Civil Rights by phone (303) 844-2024 or online.


As outlined in Utah Code 26-40-115, all state contractors and consultants who enter into a contract of a specific value or higher, must offer their employees “Qualified Health Insurance Coverage.” This coverage must be commercially equivalent to the CHIP benchmark plan.

2023 Benchmark

2022 Benchmark

2021 Benchmark

2020 Benchmark

2019 Benchmark

2018 Benchmark

2017 Benchmark

2016 Benchmark