What types of services do MultiPlan PPO providers offer?


Quick Answer

MultiPlan preferred provider organization, or PPO, providers offer health care cost management solutions done under different types of networks, and they are available to government, commercial, property and casualty clients, according to MultiPlan. It also provides network management services to health care providers.

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MultiPlan provides health care services through a primary network with products such as PHCS, HealthEOS and Beech Street and HMA, states MultiPlan. PHCS plans are available all over the nation in three types: PHCS network, PHCS healthy directions and PHCS Savility. PHCS Network provides primary PPO access for members regardless of where they seek care across the nation. The PHCS healthy directory offers countrywide access to an extended PPO for plans that use local health maintenance organizations, point-of-service providers or PPOs.

MultiPlan also has a complementary network that provides extra providers besides the ones under the primary network, says MultiPlan. Users of the complementary network pay higher coinsurance for services compared to those under the primary network, but can still save just like in the primary network. Users of the complementary network can access Beech Street.

Specialty networks can be tailored to meet a member’s specific needs, explains MultiPlan. It is available in four types: workers' compensation, auto medical, national discount card and government programs. Workers' compensation deals with work-related illnesses and injuries. Auto medical deals with injuries that come from automobile accidents. Under government programs, a PPO can be customized to go together with programs such as Medicaid and Tricare. Members in the national discount card network earn discounts whenever they make full payments at the moment they receive services.

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