Insurance changes in 2016

Insurance changes in 2016

Danielle by Danielle

Effective January 1st, 2016, the following insurance billing changes will happen at Helix:

(If you’d like help learning about your coverage in the new year, please let Liz know before December 22nd- she’d be happy to help.)

Jennifer will be considered in-network with Regence Blue Shield and First Choice; she will submit claims and collect copayments/coinsurance for those with a current insurance card and prescription for massage. She will also work with other plans as an out of network provider, in which case she will collect payment in full at the time of service and submit claims for you so that you can potentially be reimbursed. She will still be submitting claims for those seeking care for injuries sustained in an automobile accident, provided there is Personal Injury Protection coverage available and one has a current prescription. She will continue to submit bills for worker’s compensation claims.

Rochelle will (continue to be) considered out of network with all insurance plans. She will collect payment at the time of service and can provide you with a receipt that you can submit to your health insurance plan so that you can seek reimbursement. She will not be submitting claims for new clients seeking care for injuries sustained in automobile accidents or with worker’s compensation claims but would still be happy to work with you.

Megan will continue to be in-network with Regence, Cigna, and First Choice. She will be considered out of network with Aetna, Premera and United. She will submit claims for you, provided you have a current prescription, and her billing service will bill you for any deductibles, copayments and coinsurance. She will also continue to submit claims for ┬áthose seeking ┬ácare for injuries sustained in a car accident, provided there is Personal Injury Protection coverage available and one has a current prescription for massage. She will also continue to submit bills for worker’s compensation claims.

Danielle will be considered out of network with all health insurance plans, except First Choice. She will collect payment at the time of service and submit claims for you so that you may be reimbursed. She will also be accepting new clients seeking care for injuries sustained in an auto accident, provided there is Personal Injury Protection coverage available and one has a current prescription for massage. She will no longer be submitting worker’s compensation claims.