Publications & Presentations
July 2018

The prospect of joining health insurance or managed care networks is increasingly attractive to behavioral healthcare providers. In part, that’s because the economics of being out-of-network versus in-network have been turned on their head. In an effort to better control their own costs and profits, payers have been cutting their out of network reimbursements, so that in many cases it makes more sense to go in network.

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The prospect of joining health insurance or managed care networks is increasingly attractive to behavioral healthcare providers. In part, that’s because the economics of being out-of-network versus in-network have been turned on their head. In an effort to better control their own costs and profits, payers have been cutting their out of network reimbursements, so that in many cases it makes more sense to go in network.

 

The prospect of joining health insurance or managed care networks is increasingly attractive to behavioral healthcare providers. In part, that’s because the economics of being out-of-network versus in-network have been turned on their head. In an effort to better control their own costs and profits, payers have been cutting their out of network reimbursements, so that in many cases it makes more sense to go in network.