Approved Health Care Facility or Program

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Definition - What does Approved Health Care Facility or Program mean?

An approved health care facility or program is a facility or program that a particular insurance company has given their approval to for treatment. This means that people who have insurance policies for that insurer will be able to receive care from approved health care facilities or programs, and have that care covered by the policy.

Insuranceopedia explains Approved Health Care Facility or Program

There are a number of different type of facilities and programs that could potentially be approved by health insurance companies. These include hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, doctors' offices, urgent care clinics, nursing homes and more. In order to become approved, the particular facility or program must meet the standards of the health insurance company, and of the government. Health insurance companies require approval so that their patients do not end up receiving sub-par, or fraudulent treatment.


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