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Rehab Insurance

Posted: March 20, 2020, 3:05 PM
I have been in rehab several times, paid only up to a point by private insurance. It seems that the insurance company always determines the medical necessity for length of stay and level of care, ie inpatient residential, IOP, step-down. And every time, my insurance kicks me out of the residential program after 10 days, regardless of what my counselors and case manager reports to insurance. They (insurance company) say that their medical team has determined that I don't need that level of care and will do just fine with IOP. My question is, how do you make sure you meet insurance criteria for continued care at a residential level of care?

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Posted: March 21, 2020, 4:45 PM
Go to Alcoholics Anonymous and get/stay sober?


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