We are not contracted with any private insurance companies. We can give you the necessary paperwork (diagnosis and procedure codes, etc.) for filing with your insurance company; however, we will be considered an out-of-network provider. If your family doctor calls the insurance company to get your visit preauthorized, it may help you with reimbursement.
We gladly see Medicare patients without limit. Patients are required to pay us at the time of service. We use government regulated prices. We file claims electronically for patients who have traditional fee-for-service Medicare as their primary insurance. Patients usually receive a check directly from Medicare in approximately 4 weeks. We also file electronically for patients with Medicare supplemental plans. Patients usually receive a supplemental check 2 or 3 weeks after their primary Medicare payment.
We do not “accept the terms” of any “Medicare Advantage” plans. We can see these patients, but they must pay us at the time of visit, and file their own claim (by mail) with the paperwork we provide. Again, we do not exceed our applicable Medicare “limiting charge.” Patients may or may not be reimbursed by their Medicare Advantage plan.
We are not registered with the state to see Medicaid, CHIPs, QMB, Superior Health, or any other similar plans.