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Using In-Network Providers

When you call for an appointment with the provider of your choice, identify yourself as an EyeMed Member; provide your name or Plan number, located on the front of your ID card. Confirm the provider is an In-Network provider for the Access Network. While your ID card is not necessary to receive services, it is helpful to present your EyeMed ID card when you visit an EyeMed vision care provider to verify your eligibility.

When you receive services at a participating EyeMed provider, the provider will file your claim. You will have to pay the cost of any services or eyewear that exceeds any allowances, and any applicable copayments. You will also owe state tax, if applicable, and the cost of non-covered expenses (for example, vision perception training).