Each patient is responsible for the full cost of the services he/she receives. We want to help you receive the full benefits to which you are entitled under your insurance plan but ultimately, it is your responsibility to know the terms and conditions of your plan. If your plan requires authorizations for treatment, new authorization will be needed if and when your plan changes. If your plan has a new group number, we must have the information to process your claims correctly. If your insurance coverage terminates for any reason, you are responsible for the claim amount. Co-payment and patient responsibility amounts are due at the time of your visit. If you are not using insurance, you are expected to pay the full cost of the service you are receiving. If your insurance has a “patient portion” which includes co-insurance and/or deductibles, you will be expected to pay that amount or an estimate of that amount until we determine what the exact amount will be. If you have Medicare and do not have secondary coverage, you will be expected to pay your portion of the cost of your treatment at the time of service. If you have Medicare and Secondary Insurance coverage, we will wait until all secondary insurers have paid on your claim before we bill you for the remaining balance. If you have a balance on your account that is more than 90 days past due, your account will be sent to our collections agency. If you have a financial concern, please notify the clinician and we will try to assist with a payment plan option. Please ensure that all insurance information is up to date as this is your responsibility.