I am currently a provider of many insurance companies, including: APS; Aetna; Blue Cross Blue Shield; CareFirst; Cigna; Evergreen: Guardian; John Hopkins Family Healthcare; Kaiser Permanente; Magellan; Medicare; MDIPA; MHN; Military; Multiplan; NCPPO; One Net; Optum; PHCS; Tricare Prime and Standard; Unicare; United Healthcare; and Value Options. I do not accept Medicaid. As a contractual provider, I must accept the rates assigned by your insurance company. My list of insurance companies can change at any given time. If you plan to use your insurance, please call me to verify that I am an in-network provider.
You are responsible for knowing your obligation, under your insurance plan, concerning your co-pay / co-insurance and possible Deductible and limitations. A co-pay is your out of pocket cost per session. If you have a deductible, you must pay that amount out of pocket, before your insurance company will cover any medical expense. For example, a deductible of $300.00 means you must pay the first $300.00 of any medical expense. Once you have met your deductible, then you are only responsible for the co-pay. You will also need to verify if your policy has any visit limitations. Some insurance plans will only allow a certain number of visits per calendar / policy year.