If you have insurance, we will help you maximize your benefits by filing for you. However, a co-payment (coinsurances or deductible) will be expected at the time of your procedure. For your convenience, we accept cash, check and most major credit cards.
We bill the insurance company based on the information you give to us. Our billing department will determine your part of the cost after they receive payment from your insurance company. You can call your insurance company to ask them to explain your benefit program. Various insurance programs require referrals for visits to the specialist and for diagnostic tests. Please check with your insurance company to determine the need for a referral.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call (410) 602-9343.
We participate with these major insurance plans:
- Carefirst/Blue Cross-Blue Shield
- Blue Choice
- Blue Preferred
- Optimum Choice
- Railroad Medicare
- United Healthcare
- US Family Health
If your plan is not listed above, please ask our billing staff as we accept over 40 different insurance plans.
The Cost of Your Procedure
Because you are responsible for costs for covered healthcare services until you reach your deductible, you should comparison shop if you elect to have a nonemergency procedure.
You can use tools like Healthcare Bluebook and the Medicare Procedure Price Lookup (for Medicare patients). Many health insurance websites also provide information on where to find in-network services.
Planning a Procedure on a HDHP
A High-Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) is a plan with a higher deductible than a traditional health insurance plan.
Managing Healthcare Cost
A High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) can be a wise way to save money on health insurance and take a proactive role in your healthcare.
Understanding Your Insurance
Health insurance is an agreement between you and an insurance company of your choosing.