Aspira Health will file a claim on your behalf with the appropriate insurance carrier, and accepts assignment of insurance benefits, which means your insurance carrier will pay us directly based upon your benefit coverage. By signing the Registration Form and Financial Disclosure, you authorize the assignment of your benefits to Aspira Health for treatment and related services and acknowledge the receipt of this Financial Policy.
Our team collects a patient’s financial responsibility at the time of their visit, including copayments, coinsurance percentage deposits, and deductible deposits. Our team will determine your financial responsibility based on your insurance card and benefits profile from your insurance carrier. Please understand that under the rules of our insurance contracts we are required to collect copayments, coinsurance percentage and any non met deductibles at time of service.
Patients with deductibles, coinsurances, and/or unable to verify insurance on date of service, will be subject to a $75 deposit. This does NOT mean that the deposit will cover the cost of the whole visit. Once we receive an Explanation of Benefits from your insurance company, and have received payment for your visit, we will either reimburse or bill you the difference.
Personal Checks and Traveler’s checks are NOT accepted. Aspira Health is always seeking ways to improve our efficiency and service. We have instituted a “credit card on file” system to allow smoother transactions and billing for your visits. At your visit we will take your credit card info, and save the card on file. Your credit card information will be safely held on a secure, encrypted gateway site. No financial information will be available to our staff, held in our system, or at our office. Co-payments will still be collected at each visit and can be paid in any manner you choose at that time. If your insurance is accepted by Aspira Health, we will submit your claim as usual. When your claim is processed you should receive an explanation of benefits (EOB) from your insurer that outlines what part of your service has been covered by your insurance and indicates exactly how much remains your responsibility to pay for services rendered. A statement of the charge will be mailed to the address provided and a paid receipt for the balance.