Medical Policies

Our medical policies do not constitute medical advice. Treating practitioners are entirely responsible for medical advice and for the treatment of their patients. As a result, we recommend that you review these policies with your doctor to fully understand how a policy relates to your particular situation. Learn more about how policies are developed.


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