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MultiPlan PPO Network & United Healthcare PPO Network


Inside USA:
Most plans, except fixed coverage plans, from Seven Corners participate in either the MultiPlan PPO Network or the United Healthcare PPO Network.
MultiPlan PPO Network
If your ID card shows the MultiPlan logo, search here.
 
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United Healthcare
 
If your ID card shows the United Healthcare logo, search here.
 
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When you contact a medical provider or present your ID card, what should you say?


If your insurance ID card has the Multiplan Logo, then say,

"My insurance uses the Multiplan PPO Network and I found your name in the network search."

If your insurance ID card has the United Healthcare Logo, then say,

"My insurance uses the United Healthcare Network and I found your name in the network search."

DO NOT SAY:
“I have Seven Corners Insurance” or “I use Seven Corners Network” or “I have Liaison Continent insurance” or “I have Insubuy insurance.”


Providers WILL NOT recognize this language, and your insurance may not be accepted.


Make sure to present your insurance ID card, NOT other documents such as business card or certificate wording.



When you go in the network, there will be network negotiated fees for eligible expenses.
You can also go out of the network but there would be no network negotiated fees. Direct billing depends on the provider.


All your claims will be handled by Seven Corners in the USA. You never have to contact the carriers such as Nationwide, Lloyds, Tramont or United States Fire Insurance Company, for any purpose whatsoever.




Outside USA:

Seven Corners has access to over 12,000 doctors and hospitals worldwide. With one phone call, Seven Corners can assist you in locating a provider. Seven Corners' Assist is trained to help you locate appropriate care.


The doctor's office or local hospital has a choice to be paid by the patient or by the insurance company. However, for larger eligible expenses like hospitalization/surgery etc., the insurance company can make arrangements for direct payment to the provider.