When you talk to your agent about health insurance, it helps to understand some common terms you will encounter. EPO, HMO, POS or PPO where you pay less when using doctors, specialists and hospitals deployed in the emergency network of your plan and cover all services under a managed care plan that includes other healthcare providers that are part of the plan network. This is basically the same as South Carolina residents choosing between an EPO, an H MO, a POS or a P PO.
For cash plans, you need to get a referral from your GP to see a specialist. You can use doctors, hospitals and providers outside your network at no additional cost due to the referral. Depending on the coverage chosen, some may even cover the full cost of an emergency room visit or even a hospital visit.
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Chris is a resident physician and holds a Master's degree in Physicians Assistant Studies from the New York Institute of Technology. He attended OC Tech, received his ECG certification in 2011, continued his education at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine and completed our MOA program in 2013. After graduating, he completed his medical studies and his pediatric internship at MUSC and looks forward to working exclusively with pediatrics and caring for TPC patients for many years to come.
In his free time, he likes to go to the lake with his family, renovate his house and enjoy his renovated house in Orangeburg.
His favourite quote is "You can do the sail, but you can't control the wind" and his favourite song is John Lennon's "The Wind in the Willows."
You pay a certain amount in advance for doctor visits and refills and do not pay any co-payment. A managed care plan that covers services within the network of doctors, specialists and hospitals that you use in an emergency. Use any other health care provider that is part of your plan network, or pay less for a doctor's visit, refill, or other services that you use through a provider in the plan networks. Medicare Advantage plan, where you are paid less in emergencies than if you use a doctor or specialized hospital outside the plan.
This type of health insurance typically limits your ability to care for doctors who work for or contract with HMO. An H MOO may require you to live and work in its service area in the area where you are entitled to insurance coverage.
Etta grew up in St. George and lives in Branchville, Pam graduated from Edisto High School in 1988 and went to Baptist College, where she played volleyball and softball for two years. She worked as a pediatric nurse for three years before earning a master's degree in pediatric nursing from the University of South Alabama. After her master's degree, she worked at the Children's Hospital of the Orangeburg District before joining the Children's Hospital.
After graduating from Holly Hill Academy in 1993, she attended Orangeburg Calhoun Technical College and graduated with a bachelor's degree in business administration. She joined TPC to gain experience and knowledge that will help her in her attempt to apply for medical school. Etta earned a medical transcription degree and continued her education at the University of South Alabama, where she earned her Master of Science in Public Health and a Master of Assisted Medical Transcribing from the College of Veterinary Medicine. He is a member of the Southern Medical Association, the South Carolina Association of Medical Colleges and the American Society of Health Professionals, as well as the North Carolina Medical Society.