What is a Deductible?

A deductible refers to the amount of money that the insured would need to pay before any benefits from the health insurance policy can be used. The deductible is a yearly amount, based on either a calendar or plan year.  A patient may also have more than one deductible on their policy. Example: An in-network deductible, an out of network deductible, a DME deductible, a hospitalization deductible, etc. 

We will do our best to help you understand your insurance benefits and get you the most your plan has to offer. Our office will verify your benefits and make claims on your behalf. If you have any problems with your insurance, you can reach our finance department by calling the office.