Have you heard about the changes to insurance policy laws? It’s been a while, but back in 2013 Obama administration introduced new rules surrounding patient access to mental health and substance abuse care. Noting that up to 33% of insurance subscribers had no access to mental health or substance abuse care, the Obama administration defined both of these as basic health requirements, and mandated that insurance companies provide for them. What that means is, as an Aetna customer, you have access to more levels of care than you would normally – including drug rehab care.
If Aetna is your insurance provider, this new law means that it’s much easier for you to get insurance coverage for drug rehab. And drug rehab is literally one of the most important things that you could ever get with insurance coverage. Rehab is something that will change your life, in every way. From your health, to your family and relationships, to your finances, drug addiction has an incredibly negative impact on every part of your life. So when you choose rehab, you’re choosing the most effective way to put addiction behind you and begin a new life. And luckily, Aetna insurance might just be able to help you get there.
Of course, different levels of coverage will provide for different rehab services. So it’s always wise to check with Aetna to find out exactly how much your insurance will cover. But any coverage is better than no coverage! And so the Obamacare rules are a godsend for the countless people in this country who need access to drug rehab, but have difficulty affording it. Make no mistake – rehab definitely is worth it. It pays off for the rest of your life. But that doesn’t make the price tag any easier to afford. In contrast, health insurance can. In one example, Aetna can provide for 86.25% of the cost of rehab!
Are you looking for a rehab center that works with Aetna health insurance? At Banyan Treatment Center, we can help you get access to our beautiful relaxing Florida rehab by working with your Aetna insurance. There is no better day to start than today.