Is payment required within the PPO network?

You may not always be required to pay when you visit a doctor or medical facility within the PPO network. However, it is always up to the discretion of the doctor or facility how they will bill you and how they will label your conditions. For more information, visit our page explaining In-Network Vs. Out-of-Network Insurance Benefits.

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