Using First Health Network for Anorexia Treatment

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First Health Network serves over 2 million people throughout the United States, offering access to more than 90,000 ancillary facilities, over 5,000 hospitals and more than 1 million professional service locations across the country, including the District of Columbia.

First Health Network members are free to choose which service provider to use for their treatment; however, the network offers a lot of advantages, including the following:

If you find these offerings attractive and you want to become a member of First Health Network, give us a call today at .

Does First Health Network Cover Anorexia Nervosa Rehab Programs?

Yes. As a subsidiary of Coventry Health Care, First Health Network covers anorexia rehab programs. Coventry offers reliable support and treatment for substance abuse and mental health problems, including such conditions as mood disorders, depression and eating disorders, among others.

Be aware that to gain access to most behavioral health centers, a preadmission review is normally required, so you should reread your health plan to understand its full coverage. In cases where your diagnosis and treatment require further services, such as laboratories, specialists, hospitals or radiology facilities, let your physician know that you are a member of First Health Network and ask him or her to connect you to another First Health provider.

Keep in mind that just because providers are found in a single office location does not mean they take part in the First Health Network. Thus it is prudent to verify a provider’s participation before you start receiving his or her services and to consult your health plan administrator regarding your benefit plan. To learn more about what is covered in your behavioral health plan, talk to our friendly staff at .

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Inpatient Treatment Length First Health Network Will Cover (28-30, 60, 90+ Day)

Inpatient treatment for anorexia requires authorization. Before you contact your insurance company, you need to work out a treatment plan with the counselor at your selected treatment facility to find one that will best serve your needs. You and the counselor will sit down in a private room to discuss matters relating to your case. The counselor will propose a duration of treatment that he or she deems sufficient to solve your eating disorder, and you need to have the suggested treatment length approved by the First Health Network.

If you need assistance with verifying whether your health insurance covers your anorexia treatment, feel free to call our helpline at . We are available 24/7 to answer your call.

First Health Network Coverage for Anorexia Dual Diagnosis

According to the National Institutes of Health, individuals with eating disorders are 50 percent more likely to have a co-occurring substance abuse problem compared to 9 percent for the general population. When you are admitted to an eating disorder treatment facility, evaluation will be performed so that medical personnel will know how to handle your case. When they find that you have a drug or alcohol abuse problem in addition to anorexia, both issues will be addressed simultaneously.

To increase your odds of attaining full recovery, your treatment should include:

Treatment for a dual diagnosis is challenging, but complete recovery is possible. To begin working with your healing, consider calling our helpline at when you are ready to do so.

Specialty Anorexia Treatment Treatments Using First Health Network

The First Health Network offers a large network of health care providers throughout the country. Although some patients may settle for the traditional way of treatment at a standard facility, others may opt for treatment at an executive or luxury facility. Executive treatment programs may offer the following upscale services:

These exclusive amenities may be beneficial if you need to stay in treatment for several months at a residential facility. A luxury treatment center is particularly designed to suit the needs of high-level business professionals who require high-class service and amenities. This type of care offers the advantage of letting you interact with your business partners and clients and work on your projects while you strive to recover from your eating disorder.

If you want to find out if specialty anorexia treatment is covered in your plan, please feel free to contact us through our helpline at .

How to Cover What Insurance Doesn’t Pay For

Many treatment centers provide clients with the opportunity to devise a payment plan to afford treatment. You can also get financing with the help of a cosigner. One possibility is to pay out of pocket for treatment, using investments and money in your bank account. Just keep in mind that your life is at stake here, so investing in your recovery is a very sage decision.

Verify Insurance Coverage and Find the Best Treatment Programs

Health care providers verify their patients’ health insurance to ensure their services will be compensated. They might ask you to present your health insurance ID that contains a photo of you and the name of the organization with which you are affiliated. To confirm your coverage, the physician will contact your insurance provider either by phone or through a computer system. They will try to find out if you have paid your premiums and how much is covered in your policy. Your physician may also ask you if you have secondary insurance and verify it if you do in much the same way that your primary insurance is verified, making a note of the specific percentages and amounts covered by the secondary insurance. To learn more about the benefits of using First Health Network for eating disorder treatment, give us call today.

Before you can say you have found the best treatment program for anorexia, you must understand what kind of treatment this eating disorder entails. The most effective treatment for anorexia combines psychological counseling or psychotherapy and attention to nutritional and medical needs. Preferably, care should be catered directly to your specific needs, and it could vary according to the severity of your disorder, your particular needs, problems and strength.

Another important part of your anorexia treatment is psychological counseling, which is designed to address not only the symptoms related to anorexia but also the underlying interpersonal, psychological and cultural issues that might have caused the disorder.

Many anorexia patients respond well to outpatient therapy, such as group, individual or family therapy, as well as medical management by health care professionals. Meanwhile, nutritional counseling, support groups and psychiatric medications under the guidance of experts work for others.

When your anorexia has caused life-threatening physical problems or if it is linked to severe behavioral or psychological problems, hospital-based care may be right for you. This care typically involves partial hospitalization or intensive residential care in a specialty facility or unit. Since your treatment needs differ from those of others with the same condition, you should find a medical practitioner whom you can trust to supervise you throughout recovery.

If you find verifying your insurance coverage and finding help in treating eating disorder daunting, we are here to make the process much easier. Call us today at .