Non-Network Provider definition

Non-Network Provider means any hospital, day care centre or other provider that is not part of the network.
Non-Network Provider means any hospital that is not part of the network.
Non-Network Provider means a practitioner or approved facility that has not entered into an agreement with OptumHealth to provide covered services to you.

Examples of Non-Network Provider in a sentence

  • Office-based Telemedicine services including the delivery of health care, diagnosis, consultation, or treatment of a Member by a Non-Network Provider.

  • The Contractor shall cover and pay for Emergency Dental Services, 24 hours a day 7 days a week whether the servicing provider is a Network Provider or a Non-Network Provider.

  • In such instances the Contractor shall be responsible for payment, even if the Specialty Provider is a Non-Network Provider.

  • A Provider may be contracted with the Claims Administrator when providing services at one location, and may be considered a Non-Network Provider when rendering services from another location.

  • If a Non-Network Provider fails to obtain a required Authorization, Benefits will be paid at the lower Non-Network level shown on the Schedule of Benefits.


More Definitions of Non-Network Provider

Non-Network Provider means a provider not under contract as a Network Provider.
Non-Network Provider. - Non-Network Provider means any hospital, day care Centre or other provider that is not part of the network.
Non-Network Provider means a provider who is not a Network Provider. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
Non-Network Provider means a provider who is not a Network Provider. A Covered Person who uses a Non-Network Provider will pay more and may result in balance billing.
Non-Network Provider means a Provider other than a Network Provider.
Non-Network Provider means any Hospital, Day Care Centre or other provider that is not part of the network.