Managed Health Network Rehab and Cocaine Treatment Coverage
Cocaine is an incredibly addictive drug that can take hold of you, both mentally and physically. Without professional help, overcoming an addiction to this drug can be nearly impossible.
Because of the expenses associated with cocaine treatment, some people suffering from this condition are hesitant to enroll in a treatment program. However, if you qualify for Managed Health Network Cocaine Treatment Coverage, you may have access to treatment at a lower cost.
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Understanding Your Managed Health Network Cocaine Treatment Coverage
Managed Health Network is not a traditional, full-service insurer. Instead, this company offers specialized products and services in conjunction with its parent company, Health Net, Inc. Some of the programs provided by Managed Health Network include employee assistance programs, driving under the influence programs, behavioral health solutions, organization guidance and more.
If you have coverage from Managed Health Network, you may be covered by only one of these programs, or you may have access to benefits from multiple programs. While some programs will cover cocaine treatment, others will not. To determine whether you qualify for Managed Health Network Cocaine Treatment Coverage, consult your plan documents or contact Managed Health Network directly.
How Much Will I Pay?
Even with coverage from Managed Health Network, you may still need to pay some of your treatment expenses. For example, your policy may require you to meet a deductible before your benefits will begin. You may also be required to pay a certain percentage of your treatment expenses as coinsurance after your deductible has been met. For some services, you may be required to pay a flat fee at the time of service, which is referred to as a "copay."
Some other factors may also affect the amount you pay for care. For example, certain types of cocaine treatment may be inherently more expensive than others. Some providers may also charge more for the same treatment services than others do. Likewise, in order to qualify for the maximum amount of coverage from Managed Health Network, you may also need to obtain a referral from your primary doctor and/or precertification from the insurance company before you begin coverage.
Understanding your coverage from Managed Health Network can be difficult. Be sure to ask any questions you may have about coverage before you enroll in a treatment program.