Why am I receiving more than one bill for the same surgery?
There are a number of separate charges associated with your surgical procedure. You MAY receive charges from several companies.
Your surgeon’s office – his/her fee for performing your surgery.
Your pathologist – services for tissue specimens removed during surgery requiring further examination.
- The anesthesia
What type of credit cards do you accept?
We accept all major credit cards such as Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express and CareCredit . You are welcome to visit the CreditCare website at: https://www.carecredit.com/ to pre-apply for their services before your date of surgery. WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT CHECKS.
When should I expect my first bill?
We will bill you any balance due after your insurance company has paid your claim. There may be a delay if your insurance company has paid us incorrectly and we have re-submitted your claim for a corrected payment and allowance determination.
Do you charge interest?
Are we able to set up a payment plan?
Our policy is to collect in full on the day of service. If you are not able to pay in full, we do have some financing options available. Please, contact our office at (502)589-9488 and ask for our insurance verifier or collector.
What is your credit and payment policy?
Procedures must be paid in full on your surgery date.
We strongly encourage you to personally contact your insurance company about your upcoming surgery. It is mandatory that you, as the insurance subscriber, confirm that all prior authorization information necessary to your specific policy is completed before your surgery date . You may be penalized by your insurance company if you don’t follow your policy guidelines. You must understand what your benefits cover and how this may affect you financially.
We will submit insurance claims for you. We may request that your deductible and copay amounts are paid on or before your date of surgery. You will receive a notice from us regarding the amount to pay. Self pay accounts are asked to pay in full on the day of surgery.