What are out of the network providers?

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OK, since I clearly am not getting the answer from our pompous professional dealing with obamacare for 10 years, maybe anybody else will have the insights - which providers and hospitals are considered out of the network for the obamacare plans - the ones in your state, or your county - the ones you know of?
 

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"Out of network" means doctors, hospitals and clinics not willing to take pennies on the dollar for Medicare, Medicaid and O-care patients.

Hope that helps.
 

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OK, since I clearly am not getting the answer from our pompous professional dealing with obamacare for 10 years, maybe anybody else will have the insights - which providers and hospitals are considered out of the network for the obamacare plans - the ones in your state, or your county - the ones you know of?
Wow kid, Obamacare hasn't been around for 10 years, grow your punk ass up.

An "out of network" provider is a provider who CHOOSES not to work within a given network and agree to said networks "negotiated" rates.

it is just that simple you simpleton.
 
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"Out of network" means doctors, hospitals and clinics not willing to take pennies on the dollar for Medicare, Medicaid and O-care patients.

Hope that helps.
thank you.

well, we have know-it-all specialist here, dealing ( by his own words) 10 years with obamacare LOL

which can not answer the simple question - if there is a restriction on a plan with a limit of out of the pocket costs for the out of the network providers to be 25K for the family ( for the next year) - how does one finds what enigmatic providers are those?

because when I pointed out that those costs ( 12.500K for a year for an individual and 25 K for a family) are clearly leading to bankruptcy, the know-it-all professional vehemently denied such a possibility.

therefore the question to anybody - how do you find which provider will be in the network for you. Will the Anderson Cancer center be in the network for somebody living in Florida. Or Georgia. Or SC for that matter?
 
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OK, since I clearly am not getting the answer from our pompous professional dealing with obamacare for 10 years, maybe anybody else will have the insights - which providers and hospitals are considered out of the network for the obamacare plans - the ones in your state, or your county - the ones you know of?
Wow kid, Obamacare hasn't been around for 10 years, grow your punk ass up.

An "out of network" provider is a provider who CHOOSES not to work within a given network and agree to said networks "negotiated" rates.

it is just that simple you simpleton.
except it were you, idiot, who were pompously parading your 10 years in the insurance industry as a proof you know it all about obamacare.

yet you missed the simple fact pointed out to you repeatedly - that the limit of 6.500 per year does not apply for the out of the network providers.

You also do not know what those out of the network providers are.

which means ANY provider can be out of the network.
 

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"Out of network" means doctors, hospitals and clinics not willing to take pennies on the dollar for Medicare, Medicaid and O-care patients.

Hope that helps.
thank you.

well, we have know-it-all specialist here, dealing ( by his own words) 10 years with obamacare LOL

which can not answer the simple question - if there is a restriction on a plan with a limit of out of the pocket costs for the out of the network providers to be 25K for the family ( for the next year) - how does one finds what enigmatic providers are those?

because when I pointed out that those costs ( 12.500K for a year for an individual and 25 K for a family) are clearly leading to bankruptcy, the know-it-all professional vehemently denied such a possibility.

therefore the question to anybody - how do you find which provider will be in the network for you. Will the Anderson Cancer center be in the network for somebody living in Florida. Or Georgia. Or SC for that matter?
Why would you lie like this?

Is this the sort of thing you've taught your progenitors?
 

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OK, since I clearly am not getting the answer from our pompous professional dealing with obamacare for 10 years, maybe anybody else will have the insights - which providers and hospitals are considered out of the network for the obamacare plans - the ones in your state, or your county - the ones you know of?
Wow kid, Obamacare hasn't been around for 10 years, grow your punk ass up.

An "out of network" provider is a provider who CHOOSES not to work within a given network and agree to said networks "negotiated" rates.

it is just that simple you simpleton.
except it were you, idiot, who were pompously parading your 10 years in the insurance industry as a proof you know it all about obamacare.

yet you missed the simple fact pointed out to you repeatedly - that the limit of 6.500 per year does not apply for the out of the network providers.

You also do not know what those out of the network providers are.

which means ANY provider can be out of the network.
LOL, I feel sorry for the people you hang with....you are an idiot.

While ANY provider could be out of network, very FEW are.

EVERYBODY that matters takes BCBS....kid.
 
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Wow kid, Obamacare hasn't been around for 10 years, grow your punk ass up.

An "out of network" provider is a provider who CHOOSES not to work within a given network and agree to said networks "negotiated" rates.

it is just that simple you simpleton.
except it were you, idiot, who were pompously parading your 10 years in the insurance industry as a proof you know it all about obamacare.

yet you missed the simple fact pointed out to you repeatedly - that the limit of 6.500 per year does not apply for the out of the network providers.

You also do not know what those out of the network providers are.

which means ANY provider can be out of the network.
LOL, I feel sorry for the people you hang with....you are an idiot.

While ANY provider could be out of network, very FEW are.

EVERYBODY that matters takes BCBS....kid.
so, moron, you don't know which providers are considered out of the network for Florida Blue.

Which was obvious from the very beginning.

But there are those which clearly are out of the network - otherwise there won't be such a provision.

if everybody would take Florida Blue :D
 

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except it were you, idiot, who were pompously parading your 10 years in the insurance industry as a proof you know it all about obamacare.

yet you missed the simple fact pointed out to you repeatedly - that the limit of 6.500 per year does not apply for the out of the network providers.

You also do not know what those out of the network providers are.

which means ANY provider can be out of the network.
LOL, I feel sorry for the people you hang with....you are an idiot.

While ANY provider could be out of network, very FEW are.

EVERYBODY that matters takes BCBS....kid.
so, moron, you don't know which providers are considered out of the network for Florida Blue.

Which was obvious from the very beginning.

But there are those which clearly are out of the network - otherwise there won't be such a provision.

if everybody would take Florida Blue :D
Good lord you are retarded.

EVERYBODY ANYWHERE in the NATION that takes BCBS insureds takes BCBS Fl Blue insureds.
 
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"Out of network" means doctors, hospitals and clinics not willing to take pennies on the dollar for Medicare, Medicaid and O-care patients.

Hope that helps.
thank you.

well, we have know-it-all specialist here, dealing ( by his own words) 10 years with obamacare LOL

which can not answer the simple question - if there is a restriction on a plan with a limit of out of the pocket costs for the out of the network providers to be 25K for the family ( for the next year) - how does one finds what enigmatic providers are those?

because when I pointed out that those costs ( 12.500K for a year for an individual and 25 K for a family) are clearly leading to bankruptcy, the know-it-all professional vehemently denied such a possibility.

therefore the question to anybody - how do you find which provider will be in the network for you. Will the Anderson Cancer center be in the network for somebody living in Florida. Or Georgia. Or SC for that matter?
Why would you lie like this?

Is this the sort of thing you've taught your progenitors?
it is you, who were caught lying repeatedly - first you denied that the amount of the out-of-the pocket annually can be more than 6.500 - and when pointed out that it obviously can - pretended that it does not matter as "everybody takes BC/BS".

If everybody is in the network - why is there such a cost of 50% co-payment after deductible and a max out of the pocket for out of the network which is 12.500 for individual and 25K for a family?

it is simply too much for your overblown ego to admit that you don't know which ones are out of the network :lol:
 

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"Out of network" means doctors, hospitals and clinics not willing to take pennies on the dollar for Medicare, Medicaid and O-care patients.

Hope that helps.
thank you.

well, we have know-it-all specialist here, dealing ( by his own words) 10 years with obamacare LOL

which can not answer the simple question - if there is a restriction on a plan with a limit of out of the pocket costs for the out of the network providers to be 25K for the family ( for the next year) - how does one finds what enigmatic providers are those?

because when I pointed out that those costs ( 12.500K for a year for an individual and 25 K for a family) are clearly leading to bankruptcy, the know-it-all professional vehemently denied such a possibility.

therefore the question to anybody - how do you find which provider will be in the network for you. Will the Anderson Cancer center be in the network for somebody living in Florida. Or Georgia. Or SC for that matter?
I'm just here to serve. :D
 
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LOL, I feel sorry for the people you hang with....you are an idiot.

While ANY provider could be out of network, very FEW are.

EVERYBODY that matters takes BCBS....kid.
so, moron, you don't know which providers are considered out of the network for Florida Blue.

Which was obvious from the very beginning.

But there are those which clearly are out of the network - otherwise there won't be such a provision.

if everybody would take Florida Blue :D
Good lord you are retarded.

EVERYBODY ANYWHERE in the NATION that takes BCBS insureds takes BCBS Fl Blue insureds.
aha, "everybody everywhere".

so why is there a provision about the out of the network providers and such an enormous cost for the annual out of the pocket maximum, if "everybody everywhere" takes Florida Blue :lol:

with every post it looks like you don't know shit in the area you supposedly working for 10 years :D
 
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"Out of network" means doctors, hospitals and clinics not willing to take pennies on the dollar for Medicare, Medicaid and O-care patients.

Hope that helps.
thank you.

well, we have know-it-all specialist here, dealing ( by his own words) 10 years with obamacare LOL

which can not answer the simple question - if there is a restriction on a plan with a limit of out of the pocket costs for the out of the network providers to be 25K for the family ( for the next year) - how does one finds what enigmatic providers are those?

because when I pointed out that those costs ( 12.500K for a year for an individual and 25 K for a family) are clearly leading to bankruptcy, the know-it-all professional vehemently denied such a possibility.

therefore the question to anybody - how do you find which provider will be in the network for you. Will the Anderson Cancer center be in the network for somebody living in Florida. Or Georgia. Or SC for that matter?
I'm just here to serve. :D
I know :D
 

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thank you.

well, we have know-it-all specialist here, dealing ( by his own words) 10 years with obamacare LOL

which can not answer the simple question - if there is a restriction on a plan with a limit of out of the pocket costs for the out of the network providers to be 25K for the family ( for the next year) - how does one finds what enigmatic providers are those?

because when I pointed out that those costs ( 12.500K for a year for an individual and 25 K for a family) are clearly leading to bankruptcy, the know-it-all professional vehemently denied such a possibility.

therefore the question to anybody - how do you find which provider will be in the network for you. Will the Anderson Cancer center be in the network for somebody living in Florida. Or Georgia. Or SC for that matter?
Why would you lie like this?

Is this the sort of thing you've taught your progenitors?
it is you, who were caught lying repeatedly - first you denied that the amount of the out-of-the pocket annually can be more than 6.500 - and when pointed out that it obviously can - pretended that it does not matter as "everybody takes BC/BS".

If everybody is in the network - why is there such a cost of 50% co-payment after deductible and a max out of the pocket for out of the network which is 12.500 for individual and 25K for a family?

it is simply too much for your overblown ego to admit that you don't know which ones are out of the network :lol:
I feel sorry for you, I do.

I have no ego, none.

I know what I know and I am not feuld by any belief system.

I never said EVERYBODY is in Network, I said EVERYONE who takes ANY BCBS insured takes ALL BCBS insureds.

You are simply a retarded egotist.
 

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so, moron, you don't know which providers are considered out of the network for Florida Blue.

Which was obvious from the very beginning.

But there are those which clearly are out of the network - otherwise there won't be such a provision.

if everybody would take Florida Blue :D
Good lord you are retarded.

EVERYBODY ANYWHERE in the NATION that takes BCBS insureds takes BCBS Fl Blue insureds.
aha, "everybody everywhere".

so why is there a provision about the out of the network providers and such an enormous cost for the annual out of the pocket maximum, if "everybody everywhere" takes Florida Blue :lol:

with every post it looks like you don't know shit in the area you supposedly working for 10 years :D
Because not ALL provider EVERYWHERE take ALL insurance plans.

GEEEEEZUS kid pay attention.
 

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so, moron, you don't know which providers are considered out of the network for Florida Blue.

Which was obvious from the very beginning.

But there are those which clearly are out of the network - otherwise there won't be such a provision.

if everybody would take Florida Blue :D
Good lord you are retarded.

EVERYBODY ANYWHERE in the NATION that takes BCBS insureds takes BCBS Fl Blue insureds.
aha, "everybody everywhere".

so why is there a provision about the out of the network providers and such an enormous cost for the annual out of the pocket maximum, if "everybody everywhere" takes Florida Blue :lol:

with every post it looks like you don't know shit in the area you supposedly working for 10 years :D
because when I pointed out that those costs ( 12.500K for a year for an individual and 25 K for a family) are clearly leading to bankruptcy, the know-it-all professional vehemently denied such a possibility.

Never happened.
 

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You know the feeling you might get if you boarded an airplane built by the lowest bidder?

If you like that you'll love going to an "in-Network" provider - 'cause he/she/it was the low bidder. "Out-of-Network" providers are those who won't agree to payments that don't cover costs.

The "In-Network" providers are the ones who took to heart: "Yeah, we lose money on every patient but we make it up on the volume".
 

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Good lord you are retarded.

EVERYBODY ANYWHERE in the NATION that takes BCBS insureds takes BCBS Fl Blue insureds.
aha, "everybody everywhere".

so why is there a provision about the out of the network providers and such an enormous cost for the annual out of the pocket maximum, if "everybody everywhere" takes Florida Blue :lol:

with every post it looks like you don't know shit in the area you supposedly working for 10 years :D
Because not ALL provider EVERYWHERE take ALL insurance plans.

GEEEEEZUS kid pay attention.
What are you going to do when nobody anywhere takes Medicare, Medicaid, and/or O-care?


GEEEEEZUS kid pay attention.:lol:
 

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aha, "everybody everywhere".

so why is there a provision about the out of the network providers and such an enormous cost for the annual out of the pocket maximum, if "everybody everywhere" takes Florida Blue :lol:

with every post it looks like you don't know shit in the area you supposedly working for 10 years :D
Because not ALL provider EVERYWHERE take ALL insurance plans.

GEEEEEZUS kid pay attention.
What are you going to do when nobody anywhere takes Medicare, Medicaid, and/or O-care?


GEEEEEZUS kid pay attention.:lol:
(rolling eyes)

You people are idiots.
 
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Because not ALL provider EVERYWHERE take ALL insurance plans.

GEEEEEZUS kid pay attention.
What are you going to do when nobody anywhere takes Medicare, Medicaid, and/or O-care?


GEEEEEZUS kid pay attention.:lol:
(rolling eyes)

You people are idiots.
yeah, we already know that you are a besserwisser here and your insureds are getting Cadillac plans nationwide.

so, where is the link to find out which providers nationwide are considered in the network for Florida Blue? or out of the network - either way will do.

come on, mister professional, you clearly have the link :lol:

share it :D
 

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