Managed Health Network Depression Treatment
Depression is a serious condition that affects millions of people worldwide. When this condition isn't properly treated, victims can suffer from feelings of worthlessness, despair and shame. People who deal with this condition may lose productivity at work, experience interpersonal problems and face health concerns. In the most severe cases, depression can even end in death through suicide.
Fortunately, effective treatments are available for depression. If you have coverage under a program from Managed Health Network, you may qualify to receive treatment at one of the Managed Health Network Depression Treatment Centers in your area.
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What is Managed Health Network?
Managed Health Network is not a full-service insurer. Instead, it is a subsidiary of a larger insurance company known as Health Net, Inc. Managed Health Network exists to provide behavioral healthcare solutions. Some of the programs available from this company include:
- Employee Assistance Programs
- Driving Under the Influence Programs
- Behavioral Health Solutions
Insurance policies may include one or more of these programs. In addition, policies purchased by an employer may include customized versions of the programs above.
Will My Depression Treatment be Covered?
Whether or not you will be able to receive treatment at Managed Health Network Depression Treatment Centers depends on the specifics of your policy. Because so many different variations are available, it is best to read your plan documents thoroughly or call Managed Health Network directly for specific information about your plan.
What Will I Pay?
When you enroll in a depression treatment program, you may need to pay a portion of your expenses even if the treatment is covered under your plan. Depending on the specific requirements of your policy, you may need to meet a deductible, pay coinsurance or make copayments. However, once you have reached your out-of-pocket maximum for the year, you won't have to pay any more of your covered expenses.
Keep in mind that your plan may have other requirements for depression treatment. For example, you may need to get a referral from your primary care doctor, or you may need to obtain precertification from the insurance company. To learn more about coverage or to find Managed Health Network Depression Treatment Centers near year, contact Managed Health Network.