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What is the difference between PPO and EPO?

Asked by Jessica , Last updated: May 11, 2021

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O. Bickis

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Answered Oct 26, 2020

Many insurance companies in the world ensure that people get the best medical treatment at an affordable rate. A PPO and EPO are medical insurance that is run by a third party.

PPO stands for the preferred provider organization. It runs health care providers and health care organizations that take an insurance premium from the customers. In the preferred provider organization, people have more flexibility when it comes to choosing the primary care doctor they want. The fee of an insurance premium is higher than EPO.

EPO stands for an exclusive provider organization. It provides insurance too, but it is on a small scale, and they also provide a large amount of discount on their service. In the exclusive provider organization, the primary health care provider will be chosen for you. Lastly, EPO is a much smaller network since it has only a few health care providers.

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