Frequently Asked Questions
Insurance is very complicated. Every insurance carrier has different "allowable" amounts and also has different rules for the individuals who carry the insurance policy. As an example, you may have an in-network policy that has met the out of pocket max for the year. In that case, you will pay nothing for all services that are covered within the plan. However, despite that, certain services may be excluded by your insurance carrier, and you may ultimately be responsible for paying for those services, even though you met your out of pocket maximum already. Additionally, if your insurance carrier permits balance billing, you may also have additional out of pocket expenses, even though you met your out of pocket maximum. Because of this, the best way to know what your final expenses will be is to receive an estimate prior to visiting the clinic.