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Health Insurance - SSDI Issues Board Index
Pages: 1Showing 1 - 7 of 7 for ppo and epo. (0.004 seconds)

Nov 4, 2006
... A PPO has in and out of network benefits, meaning you have the choice to see a PPO provider or to see a provider who is not contracted at all. ... (1 replies)
Nov 1, 2006
... I have read what the differences are and oddly I am still confused. Can someone explain it to me. ... (1 replies)
Aug 19, 2002
... What are the differences between the three and which is preferred? ... (2 replies)

... A PPO is always better than an EPO or HMO. Basically an EPO is a more restrictive version of a PPO. ... (5 replies)
... well, i'd say yes because bcbs has a ppo vs an epo, but when i was on bcbs they were horrible!! they paid for nothing in the 4 months i had it, and was cancelled because the meds i was on made me gain a little weight. but that just may be tx bcbs. ... (5 replies)
... u capable of paying the premium for either of these policies. If the answer is yes, then your next step would need to be to compare the policies side by side... and you can write this out... ... (5 replies)
Aug 22, 2002
... If you're healthy and no problems that require special care, then it's a lot less of an issue. ... (2 replies)

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