A health insurance network is a group of doctors and other healthcare providers built by insurance companies to provide medical care for their members and help them save money.
When a healthcare provider or facility joins a health insurance network, they agree to take a lower amount for their services and care. Those who are a part of a health insurance network are then called in-network providers.
The health insurance network brings together a range of healthcare professionals from various specialties and facilities under one health plan. This then provides health plan members with a range of providers they can choose from that can meet their many needs.