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Pre-authorization request and lookup
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NOTICE: Please consider the risk of performing the requested procedure at this time with an ongoing COVID-19 Situation. CMS Released a Recommendation to limit Adult Elective Surgeries, Non-Essential Medical, Surgical, and Dental Procedures During COVID-19 Response. See here for
ATTENTION: Starting 08/01/2020, authorization requests for the service categories below will be reviewed
by eviCore. If the Date of Service of your request starts on 08/01/2020 or later, please submit your
authorization request to eviCore at
www.evicore.com/resources/healthplan/cloverhealth, or by phone at 1-800-421-7592.
Musculoskeletal - Interventional Pain, Spine and Joint Surgery
Sleep Covered Services and Related Equipment
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Traditional Medicare covers hospitals (Part A) and doctors (Part B), and you pay standard rates for services. You can go to any doctor, hospital or other provider that accepts Medicare patients anywhere in the country.
You can add drug coverage (Part D) by enrolling in a private "stand-alone" drug plan for an additional premium. You can buy separate Medigap insurance to cover some or most of the out-of-pocket costs of hospitals (Part A) and doctors (Part B).