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How do I know if the test is covered?
While we take most insurances and their various plans there are plans that are under common insurances (often through the company you or a family member works for or through the health exchange) that we are not in network with. Therefore, it is likely they will only pay a portion of the amount charged, if any, and you are responsible for the rest. If you’re worried the test might not be covered you should call the member benefits phone number located on the back of your insurance card. If you’re unsure what to ask for please call the office and we can give you the procedure codes we use to bill with.
Another resource is your insurance carrier's web portal. Most of the larger insurance companies have great resources on the web and you can often get these answers just by logging in under your member ID. Call the member benefits number on the back of your card if you are unsure how to get on to their web portal. It is important to be certain that the test is covered because you will be responsible for the remaining balance. You may also call the insurance company and have them call our office on a three way call to verify information with both parties as well.
We do not take Medicaid plans from any state other than KY, as we are not in network.
You are responsible for paying your copay, deductible, and/or auto deposit at the time of service. If you are unsure if you have one or unable to do so please call the office in advance of your appointment.
***Note that the links provided below are not endorsements of insurance carriers nor a guarantee that your specific plan is in network. Links are intended to be used for resource purposes only.**
Insurances We Take:
Medicaid plans (KY plans only, we're not in network with any Medicaid plans from other states):
Deductible and Auto Policy
Please call our office at (502) 708-1338 if you have any questions regarding your health insurance deductible or auto deposit after reading the paperwork.
What if I don’t have insurance?
If the visit is possibly related to a workman’s compensation, automobile, and/or personal injury claim please notify the office as soon as possible as we must have approval prior to your appointment. Please call the office to find out what options we have available for those who do not have or are losing their insurance and ask for the billing department.
How do I ask questions about or pay my bill?
You may call the office and ask for the billing department or press 2 to leave a message for our billing coordinator. You can also send a request for contact from our Billing Department here.
Filling Out Registration Forms
We require your guarantor’s name and date of birth be written under the insurance information section. If you are the not the guarantor and you have Tricare we will also need the guarantor’s social security number.
If the information given on the registration forms is different than what was confirmed with us over the phone when making your appointment please let us know as soon as possible to ensure we have the most recent information on file.
If your status changes, such as going from a health insurance billed visit to a workman's comp, personal injury, or auto claim billed visit, you must note it on your paperwork and inform our billing department as soon as possible to avoid any delay of your appointment on the date of service.
Please be sure to double-check any workman's comp. claim information such as claim number, date of injury, and firm/adjuster assigned to the claim, as it can affect whether or not the claim is paid. If there has been a change to your adjustor or workman's comp firm please let us know as soon as possible, as there have been instances in the past where an EMG that was previously authorized being unauthorized by the new firm/adjuster.
If you do not understand something on your registration forms regarding payment, billing, or deposits please call the office as soon as possible.