ComPsych is one of many medical plans that include JourneyPure At The River in its provider network. It is the world’s largest provider of employee assistance programs (EAP) and is the pioneer of fully integrated EAP, behavioral health, wellness, work-life, Human Resources, Family Medical Leave, and absence management services under its GuidanceResources brand.

ComPsych provides services to more than 45,000 organizations and companies, covering more than 100 million individuals throughout the U.S. and other countries. By creating “build-to-suit” programs, ComPsych helps employers attract and retain employees, increase employee productivity, and improve overall health.

As the nature of business is constant change, ComPsych aims to change accordingly, adapting to employers and associations’ needs and responding to their unique issues.

ComPsych’s Behavioral Health Programs

ComPsych helps organizations achieve savings in their behavioral health programs through a model of quality care, easy access, and streamlined administration.

Because behavioral issues are complex, the company’s team of in-house, dedicated experts coordinates with other healthcare providers when necessary to ensure seamless and appropriate care.

The company offers a specialized, carve-out managed behavioral health program which provides high-quality care along with management of costs. Because of its focus and experience in the behavioral health care field, each employee is expected to be matched with the appropriate level of care, with rigorous case management and follow-up to ensure the best outcomes.

ComPsych and Addiction Treatment

ComPsych has guidelines in place for addiction treatment. If you were to attend hospital or private inpatient services, the carrier will generally cover 180 calendar days every year, but it will not put a recommended maximum on outpatient services. ComPsych also has maximum dollar amounts on just how much treatment a member can receive, though how much that dollar amount will depend on the plan.

ComPsych insurance packages covers both inpatient (like that of JourneyPure At The River) and outpatient services, so long as the care is recommended by a licensed counselor. If a patient chooses a provider within the ComPsych network, 80 percent of the fees are covered, versus 60 percent for an out-of-network provider. ComPsych also covers the fees for intensive treatment and outpatient testing at the same percentage of cost.

Verifying Coverage and Finding the Best, Most Appropriate Treatment

Studying up on insurance options can be overwhelming, especially if you or someone you know is suffering from addiction. Of course, knowledgeable advisors are available with ComPsych; they can verify your insurance coverage and find the best treatment for you. Simply call and ask an informed representative about the details of your individual plan.

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