HealthSmart Rehab and Internet Addiction Coverage
When you are addicted to the internet, you can suffer a number of consequences that reduce your enjoyment of life. Your addiction may prevent you from seeking gainful employment, having health relationships with family and friends and much more. Even with all of the negative effects of this condition, overcoming an internet addiction on your own isn't easy. In many cases, professional treatment is required for a complete recovery.
Many people are hesitant to enter internet addiction treatment before finding out what portion of their expenses will be covered by insurance. If you have insurance coverage through HealthSmart, consult the information below to determine whether your policy will pay for your internet addiction treatment.
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About HealthSmart Internet Addiction Coverage
HealthSmart is a company that provides solutions to employers with self-funded insurance plans, which is a plan that allows the employer to design and administer its own insurance policies for employees. Some of the products available from HealthSmart include information systems, care management, claims management and network solutions. Because employers that utilize HealthSmart's services can customize their own insurance plans, HealthSmart Internet Addiction Coverage can vary considerably.
How Much Will I Pay?
The amount you can expect to pay for internet addiction treatment depends on the specifics of your plan. Some of the factors that may affect your HealthSmart Internet Addiction Coverage include:
- Plan Structure - Your employer may have designed your plan to function as an HMO plan, PPO plan or with some other structure. This choice will affect how much you pay for coverage.
- Deductible - Most plans will include a deductible, which is a set amount you must pay toward your medical expenses each year before your HealthSmart Internet Addiction Coverage will begin.
- Coinsurance - After meeting your deductible, you may still pay a certain amount of coinsurance for your subsequent medical expenses. Coinsurance is typically calculated as a predetermined percentage of each expense, ranging from 0 to 90.
- Choice of Provider - Some HealthSmart plans may require you to choose certain providers in order to receive any coverage. Other plans may reduce the amount of benefits you receive if you choose a provider that isn't in the plan's network.
HealthSmart plans vary based on the options chosen by your employer. Before you begin treatment, read your plan documents carefully and contact the plan administrator with any questions you may have.