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AKUA Mind & Body is Now In-Network with Magellan

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Most Blue Shield HMO policyholders can now receive coverage for AKUA’s mental health” and addiction treatment services carved out to Magellan.

AKUA Mind & Body, a leading provider in the behavioral health treatment and recovery industry, is pleased to announce that it is now in-network with Magellan Health Services. Most Blue Shield HMO policyholders are now covered for mental health and addiction treatment services that are carved out to Magellan.

Free Confidential Insurance Verification

Did you know that AKUA provides Insurance Verification? As an in-network Magellan provider, AKUA will now be able to accept Magellan and most Blue Shield HMO plans as well. A simple call to AKUA’s friendly admissions team can help to determine clients’ in-network and out-of-network deductibles, out-of-pocket maximums and coinsurance percentages.

AKUA’s Extensive Network of In-Network Insurance Plans

AKUA is in-network with many health insurance plans and is thrilled to expand its extensive network of in-network health insurance providers to include Magellan and most Blue Shield HMO policies. AKUA will continue to work with insurance providers to make treatment as affordable as possible for clients and their families.

For more information, visit www.www.akuamindbody.com or call 833-AKUA-NOW (833-258-2669) to speak to one of AKUA’s Admissions Counselors.

About AKUA Mind & Body
The Akua are Hawaiian oceanic gods of healing and recovery. Inspired by this notion, AKUA Mind & Body helps men and women begin their own journey of healing and recovery. AKUA provides a revitalizing environment and a clinically comprehensive approach to detox, residential and partial hospitalization program (PHP) treatment.

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