Caron offers insurance options with several providers
Insurance Agreements Offer Access to Caron’s Patient-Centric Care at a Lower Cost to You
Caron Treatment Centers is an in-network provider* for:
- Highmark BlueCross BlueShield: This agreement allows those seeking treatment, regardless of where they live in the United States, to access Caron’s core treatment programming through the Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) Association’s Blue Card Program.(Note: some program exclusions may apply based on insurance provisions, such as, but not limited to, Capital Blue Cross and FEP)
- AmeriHealth New Jersey (AmeriHealth/Independence Administrator)
- Independence Blue Cross (Keystone Health Plan East/Personal Choice)
- Quest Behavioral Health (Tower Health/Penn Medicine)
- UPMC ( Pinnacle Health)
- Cooper University Healthcare
Caron’s core programs provide for:
- Inpatient treatment based on a minimum 28-day length of stay, relieving patients and families of the burden of paying for care that extends beyond detox and offering a foundation for sustained recovery.
- Patient-to-staff ratios that are among the lowest in the industry
- An individualized treatment plan with components specifically tailored to meet the level of care needed and treat substance use disorder as well as other physical or behavioral health conditions
- A team of addiction medicine experts to manage the course of treatment independently of managed care concurrent reviews
- Treatment of substance use disorder as a chronic disease through the implementation of a disease-management plan. (That plan may require additional treatment that may not be covered by your insurance provider.)
In a pilot program of an in-network insurance option allowing for a 28-day length of stay, Caron and its insurance partner found that the program improves patient access, coordination, and experience of care.
*In-network partnerships are available at Caron’s Wernersville, PA campus. The Executive Program and Florida programs are excluded. Some other program exclusions may apply based on insurance provisions, such as, but not limited to Capital Blue Cross and FEP.