At HPA/LiveWell we work with most insurance providers in the Capital District. For those providers that are not well-represented in the area, we develop single case agreements to provide you the treatment options you need. We are currently in-network with the following:
- Capital District Physicians Health Network (CDPHP)
- Beacon Health Options (formerly Value Options)/ MVP/ Empire Plan
- Blue Cross and Blue Shield (Empire, BlueShield of Northeast NY, Anthem, Excellus, Highmark)
- Optum (United Behavioral Health, United HealthCare)
Our psychologists accept insurance companies not listed above by developing single case agreements to provide you the treatment options you need. We have arranged individual agreements for patients with the following providers, and can work with your provider to arrange an agreement as well.
Please note that we are not a Medicare or Medicaid provider. If you receive a managed plan, please contact your insurance company to discuss in-network options.
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