Billing

 

It is the patient's responsibility to know their insurance policy and its limitations. The patient is responsible for all portion of services due in full at the time services are provided by our office. We bill most insurance carriers for the patients.

Any outstanding balance, co-payments, and deductibles are due prior to checking in for your appointments. If the patient has a deductible, we required that the patient pays $100 at the first visit, and $80 thereafter until the deductible has been met. This is an estimate on what the insurance company will leave the patient with, it is not a guarantee. 

Medicare/Medicaid: Our practice is a Medicare/Medicaid participating provider and we will bill Medicare/Medicaid for the patient. We will bill the patients secondary insurances that automatically crossover through the CMS. Any outstanding balances and deductible are due as service's are rendered.

Worker's Compensation/MVA/Accident Claims: If the patient's visit is accident-related, we will need the claim/case number and carrier/adjuster's name prior to the first visit in order to obtain prior authorizations for treatment. We do not accept 3rd party payers.

Methods of Payment: Our practice accepts the following payment methods: cash, personal checks, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express credit cards.

The patient is ultimately responsible for all fees for services.

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