What Does It Mean To Be Medically Necessary?

Many insurance policies will only pay for treatment that is deemed medically necessary. For instance, many policies will not cover plastic surgery for cosmetic purposes. Ask your agent whether the company or physician determines medical necessity under the policy, and ask for examples of what is and is not considered medically necessary treatment.

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