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Insurance plan networks: 5 things you need to know

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Published: November 20, 2017

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Comments

Judy
December 12, 2017

My daughter signed up for the university student health insurance and we were all pleased with it.

Jane Wanderer
December 11, 2017

Am seeing this article for first time on Dec. 11th. Deadline to choose is Dec. 7th I believe.

Jane Wanderer
December 11, 2017

I was mistaken on the date! It is Dec. 15th I’ve been told. There is still time to heed your suggestions.

Nathan harrison
December 11, 2017

I need help it’s been since augest and they haven’t helped I can’t even see a doctor or Serging untale dec 18 how does a doctor say they want u to live with it or die they don’t care this bone spur on the bottom of my heal 3.3 millimeater the pain is insane to walk on this is bullshit healthcare united health care

Diane Shannon
November 30, 2017

Exactly! I have found that the coverage often does not make sense–and is complicated to try to understand. And if I find it complex, how about folks who are not writing about health care every day? As far as I can tell, the best option for now is to know as much as possible about the coverage afforded with your health plan and make decisions accordingly.

Billy
November 29, 2017

How about Dr’s that are covered in his surgical office practice at a hospital but are not covered with out-patient surgery at the same hospital location. To me this is completely ludicrous and ridiculous.

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