Why AHP? – Academic HealthPlans

Why AHP?

Academic HealthPlans was founded in 1998 with a single goal: provide affordable and comprehensive health benefits to students supported by industry-leading administrative services.

Why AHP?

We put students first.

At AHP, it’s all about the students. Providing students with the resources they need to stay healthy while successfully completing their education is a job we take very seriously.

That’s why we offer only the best services, tailored to the needs of both international and domestic students. We focus on education, ensuring students have the resources they need to understand and use their health benefits.  


What We Offer

Integrated services for you and your students from a single source.


With over 30 years of industry knowledge, our Founder & CEO, Terry Lyons, brought together a team of experts in their individual fields with the goal of providing schools with innovative solutions designed specifically for you. The AHP team provides student health insurance consulting and administrative services to over 230 institutions of higher education nationwide.

Results that are proven.

We’ve done it for them. We can do it for you too.

Above and beyond in student care

What does care mean to you? To us it means going above and beyond to provide students the healthcare they need, when they need it. All students covered through AHP, have access to Academic Emergency Services (AES). AES provides coverage to students studying or traveling away from home. AES offers solutions to small challenges and […]

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Development of a Customized Waiver Program for a Large Public System

Academic HealthPlans (AHP) partners with the University of Texas System (UT System), the largest non-profit university within the State of Texas. UT System has 14 campuses and close to 220,000 enrolled students. AHP was able to implement a successful waiver program for each UT System campus based on their unique criteria, via our secure and […]

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