Cameron (Mo.) Regional Medical Center will go out of network with Cigna Medicare Advantage plans on Dec. 31, the New-Press Now reported Nov. 25.
Cameron Regional CEO Joe Abrutz previously told the news outlet that the 58-bed acute medical facility was investigating whether it should stop accepting most Medicare Advantage plans as an in-network provider. It is still in the process of reviewing all Medicare Advantage plans, according to the report.
The hospital will continue to take patients with Cigna Medicare Advantage plans for emergency services, according to the report.