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How do I bill my out of network insurance?
 

How do I bill my out of network insurance?

Our office will send you a monthly statement which will include all of the appropriate billing codes. While each plan is slightly different in their requirements, you should be able to forward a copy of that monthly statement to your insurance company for direct reimbursement.  For specific instructions, contact the customer service department of your insurance company.  

One known exception is Medicare. PMA providers have all opted out of Medicare, so Medicare will not process claims from our office.

 

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