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Auto Casualty National PPO

Cost Containment How You Need It

Prime Health Services offers cost containment solutions for first party auto claims to assist with the rising medical costs associated with auto-related injuries.

National PPO Network

As a leading auto insurer, we understand that you are looking for more than just access to a premier network of medical providers that are equipped to handle the unique injuries of the motor vehicle injured patient. You are looking for referral sources to make sure that follow-up care, beyond the emergency room, is accessed.

The Prime Health Services preferred provider network consists of over 600,000 physicians, ancillary services, and hospitals with medical providers in all 50 states providing first-party auto PPO care.

Along with access to quality health care, we understand that payers are looking for reasonable savings and quantifiable results in an outcomes-based setting. Prime Health offers that within our first-party auto PPO, and does so with a friendly smile.

What if there was an alternative primary PPO network?

A reliable preferred provider network allows a payer to offer a seamless health care experience for their members, while delivering savings through a wide network of contracted medical providers.

Physician and hospital expenses present an opportunity for savings. Our network of medical providers includes industry accepted credentialing standards and continuous monitoring of provider qualifications and performance. We are committed to tackling the industry’s “elephant in the room:” data integrity. Providing a dependable national network is what gets us up in the morning and what drives us to keep innovating.

Producing high penetration rates and significant savings is driven by the quality of our PPO network and the team behind the processes that help drive cost savings to clients and patients to providers.