Managed Health Network Addiction Treatment
Whether you are addicted to a specific activity or a dangerous substance, you know how challenging it is to try to overcome this pervasive condition on your own. Fortunately, you can achieve a complete recovery with the right treatment.
Some people who are struggling with addiction are hesitant to seek the treatment they need because they are worried about the associated expenses. However, if you have Managed Health Network Addiction Recovery coverage, treatment may not cost as much as you think.
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About Managed Health Network
Managed Health Network is not a traditional insurer. Instead, it is a subsidiary of the insurance company Health Net, Inc. This company focuses all of its efforts on behavioral healthcare solutions, such as driving under the influence programs, comprehensive behavioral health solutions and employee assistance programs.
As a member of MHN, you may have access to one or more of these programs. Check your plan documents to find out which of these programs are included in your policy.
Understanding Managed Health Network Addiction Recovery
Your Managed Health Network Addiction Recovery benefits will depend on a number of different variables, including:
- Type of Plan: Managed Health Network's plans vary according to the coverage they provide. The type of plan you have will affect the benefits you qualify to receive.
- Cost-sharing Requirements - If your plan covers the addiction treatment you need, you may still need to pay a deductible and/or coinsurance for some of the expenses you incur during treatment.
- Network Requirements - Your MHN plan may provide different levels of coverage based on whether you use an in-network or out-of-network provider. In some cases, you may not receive any benefits for out-of-network care, so inquire about these requirements before you begin treatment.
- Referrals and Precertifications - Your plan may require you to obtain a referral and/or precertification for the treatment you receive in order to qualify for addiction recovery benefits from Managed Health Network.
Always verify coverage before you make an appointment for treatment. Keep in mind that, even if you don't qualify for addiction recovery benefits from Managed Health Network, other components of your health insurance plan may still provide coverage for the treatment you need. Consult your plan documents or contact your insurer to learn more.