Managed Health Network Rehab and Video Game Addiction Coverage
Although video game addiction may not affect your health in as many ways as an addiction to drugs or alcohol, it can still decrease your quality of life. If you are suffering from this condition, you may not be able to hold a job. You may also experience problems with interpersonal relationships, as well as guilt and shame because of your addiction.
If you are dealing with this condition, it is important to seek treatment for the sake of your health and your future. However, because of the expense of treatment, you may be worried that you won't be able to afford the associated costs. Fortunately, if you have coverage from Managed Health Network, you may not have to pay as much for video game addiction treatment.
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Will My Treatment be Covered?
Managed Health Network offers several different types of programs, including behavioral health solutions, employee assistance programs, driving under the influence programs, organizational guidance and more. However, not all of these programs will cover video game addiction treatment. Likewise, some programs may cover only counseling, while others may provide access to more intensive treatment methods.
To find out whether your program covers video game addiction treatment, as well as which treatments are covered, contact Managed Health Network or consult your plan documents. Keep in mind that, even if you do not qualify for Managed Health Network Video Game Addiction Coverage, you may still qualify for benefits under your primary insurance policy.
How Much Will I Pay?
Even with Managed Health Network Video Game Addiction Coverage, you may still need to pay some of your treatment expenses. Some of the factors that may affect how much you pay for video game addiction treatment include:
- Deductible - Before your benefits from Managed Health Network will begin, you may need to meet an annual deductible. Your deductible is the amount you must pay for your own medical expenses during the year before your insurer will begin to cover expenses.
- Coinsurance - After you meet your deductible, you may pay coinsurance for subsequent expenses. Coinsurance is typically calculated as a set percentage of your bill.
- Out-of-Pocket Maximum - Once you have reached your out-of-pocket maximum, you won't have to pay any more of your covered expenses for the remainder of the year.