How are Out-of-Network bills priced by OneShare? 

Refer to OneShare's Maximum Reasonable Guideline definition for our policy regarding billing.

If you are an Out-of-Network Provider or Facility, refer to OneShare’s Maximum Reasonable Guideline definition for our policy regarding billing:

The Maximum Reasonable Guideline is the allowed charge made for necessary medical services, drugs, procedures, supplies or treatment generally furnished for services of comparable severity and nature in the geographical area in which the services, drugs, procedures, supplies, or treatment are furnished. Out-of-Network Providers and Facilities may bill the Members for the difference between the billed charges and the Program’s Allowed Amount, which may result in increased Member Sharing responsibility. 

OneShare Out of Network Billing Guidelines

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OneShare Out of Network Billing Guidelines

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