Florida Health Insurance Definitions

Florida Health Insurance Terms:
"Non-Participating Provider"

Define: "Non-Participating Provider":

A non-participating provider is a medical/professional provider who has not agreed to accept an established fee for the services he or she renders.

More Examples of Non-Participating Provider:

A provider that has not contracted with a health plan to provide health care services to covered persons. Generally health care benefits are reduced when a non-participating provider is utilized.

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