LifeSynch Rehab and Cocaine Treatment Coverage
Cocaine is an incredibly addictive drug that can impact your quality of life and put your health at serious risk. Once you have become physically addicted to this substance, discontinuing its use is nearly impossible without professional treatment. Unfortunately, drug treatment programs can be expensive. However, if you have coverage through LifeSynch, you may not pay as much for cocaine addiction treatment services.
LifeSynch is a subsidiary of the insurance provider Humana. This company provides employee wellness programs and behavioral health resources to help members improve or maintain their health. LifeSynch offers several programs and products that employers can choose from, including Behavior Change Coaching, Employee Assistance Program, Managed Behavioral Health and the Integrated-Medical Behavioral Healthcare Program.
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Understanding LifeSynch Cocaine Treatment Coverage
Your LifeSynch Cocaine Treatment Coverage will depend on a number of different factors, including:
- Programs offered by your employer - LifeSynch offers many different products, and not all employers purchase all of the products available.
- Specifics of behavioral healthcare plan - If your employer offers a behavioral health plan through LifeSynch, specific cocaine treatment services may or may not be covered.
- Medical necessity - In order to be covered under your plan, a treatment must be deemed medically necessary under LifeSynch's published standards.
How to Estimate Your Expenses
In order to estimate your LifeSynch Cocaine Treatment Coverage accurately, you will first need to determine what services you need to overcome your addiction. Next, look through your plan documents to determine what services will be covered and how much coverage is available.
If you have a behavioral health plan through LifeSynch, you can learn more about programs for substance abuse by calling the number on the back of your behavioral health benefit card. Keep in mind that your plan may require you to use specific doctors and/or treatment facilities in order to qualify for LifeSynch Cocaine Treatment Coverage. You may be required to meet a deductible before the plan will begin to pay your expenses, and you may also be required to pay coinsurance after you have met your deductible.
LifeSynch's behavioral healthcare plans may vary based on the decisions made by your employer. If you have questions specific to your plan, contact LifeSynch directly or consult your plan documents to learn more.