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A HMO (Health Maintenance Organization) requires you to have a primary-care provider (PCP) who will coordinate all of your care. You must see this provider first, who will then refer you to specialists if necessary. This is the least expensive option.
A PPO (Preferred Provider Organization) allows the most flexibility, letting you see whatever doctors or specialists you want, either inside or outside of your network. There are cost benefits to staying within the network - copays are smaller and you get full coverage.
An EPO (Exclusive Provider Organization) does not require a PCP or referrals, but does limit you to a specific network of doctors and hospitals. You will have to pay all costs associated with visiting a provider outside of your network.
We receive calls and e-mails every day from people just like you, trying to understand the healthcare options available to them. We've gathered our most frequently asked questions to help guide you: