Managed Health Network Rehab and Heroin Detox Coverage
If you are struggling with an addiction to heroin, you know how difficult it is to fight the cravings on your own. However, even if you have been dealing with this issue for many years, you can still recover with the proper treatment.
Before you can enter treatment, you need to get any remaining heroin out of your system through a process known as "detox." Because heroin detox can be uncomfortable and challenging, many people choose to undergo detox with medical supervision. This can be expensive, but you won't have to pay as much for treatment if you qualify for Managed Health Network Heroin Detox Coverage.
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About Managed Health Network
Managed Health Network is not a traditional insurance provider. Instead, it is a subsidiary of the larger insurer Health Net, Inc. Managed Health Network offers specialized products and services designed to provide behavioral change solutions for both organizations and individuals. Some of the products available from Managed Health Network include behavioral health solutions, employee assistance programs, driving under the influence programs and organizational guidance.
Do I Qualify for Managed Health Network Heroin Detox Coverage?
If you are a member of Managed Health Network, you may or may not qualify for Managed Health Network Heroin Detox Coverage. While some of the programs offered by Managed Health Network cover detoxification, others do not. For example, if you have coverage from one of Managed Health Network's behavioral health programs, detox may be covered. However, if you are covered by a basic employee assistance program or a driving under the influence program, you may not qualify for this type of treatment from Managed Health Network.
What Will I Pay?
If you qualify to receive coverage for detox from Managed Health Network, you may still be responsible for some of your expenses. Factors that affect how much you will pay for treatment include:
- Cost of treatment - Some types of detox are more expensive than others. Likewise, some providers may charge different fees for the same services.
- Deductible - Most policies include a deductible, which is an amount you must pay out-of-pocket before your benefits will begin.
- Coinsurance - After meeting your deductible, you may still need to pay a portion of your expenses as coinsurance.
- Out-of-pocket maximum - Your out-of-pocket maximum is the maximum amount you can expect to pay towards your medical expenses each year.