Managed Health Network Rehab and Eating Disorder Coverage
Eating disorders affect millions of people in the United States, and they are difficult to overcome on your own. However, with the right treatment, you can recover from your eating disorder and live a healthier life.
Because eating disorder treatment can be expensive, some people are hesitant to enter treatment programs without finding out more about the associated fees. However, if you have Managed Health Network Eating Disorder Coverage, you may have access to treatment at a lower cost.
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Will Managed Health Network Cover My Treatment?
Most full-service insurance policies cover eating disorder treatment in order to comply with the Affordable Care Act. However, because Managed Health Network is not a traditional insurer, it does not provide full-service insurance policies. Instead, this company offers specialized programs to clients that may or may not include coverage for eating disorders. For example, while Managed Health Network's behavioral health solutions program may include eating disorder treatment benefits, the company's driving under the influence programs will not. Likewise, some programs may cover only counseling, while other programs may provide access to more intensive treatment options.
To determine whether you qualify for Managed Health Network Eating Disorder Coverage, consult your plan documents or contact Managed Health Network directly.
Will I Pay for Treatment?
Even if Managed Health Network will cover your eating disorder treatment, the company may not cover all of the expenses you incur during treatment. For example, you may be required to meet a deductible before your benefits begin. You may also be required to pay coinsurance after you have met your deductible. Be sure to find out about these requirements before you enroll in a program.
As you plan for eating disorder treatment, consider the following issues:
- You may need a referral or precertification. In some cases, you may need to obtain a referral from your primary doctor or precertification from Managed Health Network before you begin treatment in order to qualify for Managed Health Network Eating Disorder Coverage.
- You may need to choose a specific provider. Some programs may require you to choose a provider from within a certain network in order to receive benefits.
- You may have benefits under another program. Even if you don't have eating disorder treatment coverage from Managed Health Network, you may still qualify for benefits from another source. Consult your primary insurer for more information.