Orlando Healthcare is a health insurance company with a network of nearly 20,000 providers. Orlando Healthcare is a State of Oklahoma, self-funded insurance plan. The coverage is for employees of the state and local government, as well as current education employees, former employees and surviving dependents of state employees.

Orlando Healthcare offers different plans with varying deductibles, out-of-pocket limits and annual limits on what the plan pays. Plans include Orlando Healthcare High, High Alternative, Basic and Basic Alternative Plan. There’s also a High-Deductible Health Plan.

As with many insurance providers, Orlando Healthcare has a list of in-network providers. If someone seeks mental health and addiction treatment, their out-of-pocket costs will typically be lower if they work with an in-network treatment center or care provider.

Does Orlando Healthcare Cover Drug and Alcohol Detox?

Many insurance plans partially or fully cover certain behavioral health and mental health services as well as treatment for substance use disorder. Drug and alcohol detox is often the first step of care someone requires if they seek treatment for addiction. Drug and alcohol detox may occur on an inpatient basis with around-the-clock supervision or on an outpatient basis. How much of drug and alcohol detox your Orlando Healthcare plan covers will depend on the specifics of your plan.

Benefits Offered From Orlando Healthcare for Addiction Treatment

Depending on the type of plan someone has, the following types of addiction treatment may be covered:

  • Inpatient, residential treatment where someone checks into a facility and receives around-the-clock care including group and individual therapy and, if necessary, medication management
  • Intensive outpatient treatment requires time spent onsite at a treatment facility
  • Traditional outpatient treatment can include group or individual therapy
  • Aftercare services including individual therapy and medication management

To determine the specific benefits available from Orlando Healthcare, you should contact The Recovery Village Columbus and our admissions coordinators can help you.

Will Orlando Healthcare Cover My Entire Stay for Addiction Treatment?

Whether Orlando Healthcare covers an entire stay for addiction treatment depends on factors such as the specific plan and factors like deductibles and limits. Certain services require certification for coverage. This requirement includes inpatient admissions and mental health treatment like partial hospitalization and residential treatment.

Other services requiring pre-authorization include outpatient mental health treatment that exceeds 20 visits in a calendar year and intensive outpatient therapy. Any substance use disorder treatment will require authorization from Orlando Healthcare.

For Orlando Healthcare to approve an addiction treatment facility, they must have specific certifications.

Find Out More About What My Orlando Healthcare Insurance Plan Covers

The Recovery Village Columbus works with most of the nation’s largest insurance providers and is an in-network provider for many. Our admissions coordinators can help you understand what your Orlando Healthcare insurance plan covers and we can work with you on what’s needed for pre-enrollment.

Contact a representative and they can then contact Orlando Healthcare on your behalf and create a list of covered services as well as helping you gain approval and pre-authorization.


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