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Insurance Plans and Networks

We accept many different insurance plans and provider networks.

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Insurance, Medicare and Medicaid

To be certain of your specific insurance plan details, please contact your health insurance company (phone number on the back of your insurance card) to confirm your benefit structure and Provider and Hospital participation.

Commercial Insurance Contracts
  • Live360/Health Choices
  • Live360/Medical Associates Health Plan
  • 6 Degrees Health
  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois PPO
  • Blue Choice Preferred PPO (BCE)
  • Cigna Healthcare–All plans
  • Claim DOC, LLC
  • Consociate Care
  • Corvel
  • Coventry Health Care
    • Coventry National Network
    • First Health Network
  • Current Health Solutions
  • HFN, Inc.
  • HMOI Site #470
  • Health Alliance Medical Plans
  • Healthlink
  • Hope Trust
  • Humana
  • Multiplan
    • Beech Street
    • PHCS
  • Mutual Medical
  • Plain Church Medical Group (PCMG)
  • Prime Health
  • Provider Network of America (PNOA)
  • United Healthcare of the Midwest (UHC)
  • WellFirst Health
  • Live360 Medicare
  • Aetna/Coventry Health Care
  • Blue Cross Illinois
  • Clear Spring Health of Illinois
  • Health Alliance Medical Plan
  • Humana
  • Prime Health
  • United HealthCare Midwest (UHC)
  • WellFirst Health
Medicare-Medicaid Alignment Initiative (MMAI)
  • Blue Cross Illinois MMAI
  • Humana MMAI
  • Molina MMAI
  • Aetna Better Health
  • Blue Cross Community Health Plans
  • Molina Healthcare
Exchange plans
  • Ambetter of Illinois
  • Blue Choice Preferred PPO (BCE)
  • Health Alliance Medical Plan
To learn more, please contact us at 1-800-994-0368.

Self-administrable Drugs

During the course of outpatient treatments, visits to the emergency department, observations stays, or during outpatient surgical, chemotherapy, pain clinic services, or other outpatient visits, you may receive drugs that Medicare defines as self-administrable drugs.

What are self-administrable drugs?

Most self-administrable drugs are drugs that you would take by mouth or give to yourself at home. Such drugs include, but are not limited to oral medications, eye drops and topical treatments.

Medicare Part B generally covers care that you receive in hospital outpatient settings, such as an emergency department, observation unit, surgery center or pain clinic. However, Medicare Part B doesn’t cover over-the-counter and “self-administrable” drugs you receive in hospital outpatient settings.

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