Payment and Insurance
Please bring all necessary insurance cards and information with you to your appointment. If you have any questions or concerns, our billing department is here to help.
AAPRI accepts most insurance plans, including:
Health Net Federal
Please note this list is subject to change.
There is a $50 no-show fee for any appointments that you do not show up for and do not cancel within 24 hours.
In order for you to see the specialists at AAPRI, your insurance plan may require a referral from your primary care physician. Please check with your insurance and obtain a referral (if needed) prior to your visit with us.
Most plans have varying copays for office visits and diagnostic testing. Be sure you’re aware of your copay costs before you come in for your appointment. (As a convenient guide, this information may be noted right on your insurance card.)
An insurance deductible is the amount you pay for a healthcare service before your insurance plan activates to pay the remaining cost. Our initial charges are applied to your deductible. This means that even though AAPRI participates in your insurance network, you will still owe your deductible portion. Please keep in mind that AAPRI does not always have access to your deductible amount or the remaining deductible until the insurance company is billed for services.
Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Plan:
An HSA is a way to save on medical expenses if you have a high deductible health insurance plan. You contribute money into the account, and in turn, it’s non-taxable. HSA accounts work by reimbursing you for medical expenses, or by providing you with a debit card linked to your HSA account that you can use to pay for medical expenses. AAPRI accepts HSA debit cards for payment of services.
If you do require a refill refill, please call your pharmacy and they will send us a request; we will typically respond within 1 business day. You may also call our office and leave a message, and we will send the prescription to your pharmacy.
Your insurance may require prior authorization (PA) before your physician can prescribe a specific medication for you. PA is a technique for minimizing costs, wherein benefits are only paid if the medical care has been pre-approved by the insurance company. A PA request can take up to 4 to 7 business days to obtain, so please take that into account when you are requesting a refill.
We accept major credit cards, debit cards, and cash for services that are not covered by insurance.
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