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DOES AMERIHEALTH COVER DRUG REHAB?

Does AmeriHealth Cover Drug Rehab?

AmeriHealth is a provider of health insurance for employers and individuals throughout the state of New Jersey. They cover drug treatment that is medically necessary with both their HMO and PPO plans. With AmeriHealth, the user’s primary care physician must make the referral.

AmeriHealth’s health insurance will cover various forms of treatment depending on what policy a client has. Recovery Unplugged will walk every potential client with AmeriHealth through this process.

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AmeriHealth Drug Rehab Coverage

Depending on the type of plan a person has, they may be limited to a particular level of care. On an AmeriHealth ID card is a phone number to call where a representative will tell the user specific details about his or her plan. Recovery Unplugged can also provide further insight on your AmeriHealth drug treatment coverage.

AmeriHealth’s PPO plans (Preferred Provider Organizers) provide both inpatient and outpatient treatment of drug abuse. Different HMO (Health Maintenance Organization) plans for AmeriHealth are available in Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The AmeriHealth drug rehab plans cover substance abuse outside of a mental illness filing, while the other HMO plans cover drug treatment under mental health. There is also a special plan called the “AmeriHealth New Jersey Project.”

Does AmeriHealth Cover Drug Rehab?

Finding the right drug rehab can often be a difficult task, don’t let the confusion caused by insurance policies slow down the process. If you have any questions about AmeriHealth’s coverage of drug and alcohol rehabilitation, contact Recovery Unplugged to get the most comprehensive info. Our team has years of professional experience and training in dealing with AmeriHealth drug rehab coverage. Proper rehabilitation is needed to overcome addiction, so contact Recovery Unplugged at (954) 703-1975 today!

Establishing and Maintaining Care

Preapproval and continuing authorizations are not required for routine and medication management outpatient mental health services under most AmeriHealth benefits plans. However, Preapproval is required for substance and alcohol abuse services, mental health inpatient services, Partial Hospitalization Programs, and Intensive Outpatient Programs. Members must call Magellan (AmeriHealth’s contracted behavioral health provider) once an appointment has been made to ensure that the Preapproval process is properly initiated. Preapproval for Emergency admissions is not required. When a member is admitted as an inpatient through the emergency room/department, the hospital is required to notify Magellan within 48 hours or on the next business day.

Recovery Unplugged understands that prospective patients and their loved ones have concerns over the cost of treatment and the level of coverage they can expect from their insurance companies. With the state of American healthcare in constant flux, policy can change very quickly and we are committed to guiding you through the insurance verification process. Nobody should have to worry about costs when they’re trying to save themselves or their loved ones from chemical dependency. This is, however, a dilemma that millions experience when searching for treatment. Recovery Unplugged will do everything we can to facilitate entry and explain your costs in a simple manner.

Recovery Unplugged strives to provide you with the most updated information on each carriers’ addiction insurance coverage but policy changes and errors do occur. Please check with our help line representatives or your insurance carrier directly to confirm coverage levels.

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