We Maximize Reimbursement Potential
We will gladly provide you with an itemized super bill to submit to your insurance provider. if you have a high deductible plan, your co-payment might not differ much from our prices.
We encourage you to attempt reimbursement for the care you receive, however, we hope our care’s quality outweighs the price tag—especially when compared to the headache and frustration of receiving care at other traditional institutions.
Why We Don’t Accept Insurance
- To accept insurance we would be required to compromise and limit our ability to provide the best care possible for you. Many practices deliver incompetent care as a result of accepting insurance and meeting the needs of an insurance company. That is something we are not willing to do as a patient-first practice.
- Insurance was designed for quick, short-term symptom and disease care and treatment. Our objective, as practice in this office, is to help you develop a long-term, trust-based relationship with your doctor and find the perfect treatment plan to manage your symptoms over the long term. Philosophically and clinically those two objectives are incompatible and it becomes a contradiction to try and change one objective to fit the other. And as we all know, contradictions can only lead to disaster.
- By not having to deal with insurance companies, office costs are kept down, so we can offer much more in-depth care and strong relationships between doctors and patients.