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Insurance & Fees FAQs

Welcome to our website’s FAQ section, where we address common questions about surgeon’s fees for procedures and the requirements for payment of the patient’s responsibility prior to surgery. We aim to provide you with clear and transparent information to help you better understand the financial aspects of your medical treatment.

FAQs

1. What factors influence the surgeon's fees for a procedure?

Surgeon’s fees can vary based on several factors, including the complexity of the procedure, the surgeon’s experience and expertise, the geographic location of the practice, and the facility where the surgery will take place.

2. Are surgeon's fees covered by insurance?

In many cases, surgeon’s fees are covered by health insurance plans. However, the extent of coverage may vary depending on your insurance policy. It’s essential to check with your insurance provider to understand your coverage and any potential out-of-pocket expenses.

3. How can I obtain a cost estimate for my procedure?

The cost estimate for your surgery will be provided at your consultation visit or your can contact our office directly. We will work with your insurance provider to provide you with a detailed breakdown of the surgeon’s fees and any expected out-of-pocket expenses you may be responsible for.

4. What is the patient's responsibility for payment prior to surgery?

Patients are typically responsible for a portion of the surgeon’s fees and any applicable deductibles or co-payments as outlined in their insurance policy. Prior to surgery, we will provide you with an estimate of your financial responsibility. This amount can be paid in installments but must be paid in full no later than 1 week before the surgery date to ensure a smooth process.

5. What payment methods are accepted for the patient's responsibility?

We accept various payment methods, including credit cards, debit cards, checks, and electronic funds transfers (EFT). Our office will provide you with specific instructions on how to make payment.

6. Can I set up a payment plan for my responsibility prior to surgery?

We offer payment plans or financing options to help you manage your financial responsibility. Please contact our office at 703-258-0399 to discuss your options.

7. What happens if I am unable to pay my responsibility prior to surgery?

It’s crucial to communicate with our office if you are facing financial difficulties. We can work with you to explore potential solutions or alternative payment arrangements to ensure you receive the necessary medical care.

8. Are there any additional costs associated with the surgery that I should be aware of?

In addition to the surgeon’s fees, there may be other associated costs such as anesthesia fees, facility fees, and laboratory fees. These fees must be provided to you by the anesthesia group and surgery center or hospital. It is your responsibility to confirm the amount covered by your insurance plan.

9. How can I contact your office with questions about surgeon's fees and payment requirements?

You can reach our office by phone, the patient portal or email. Our team is here to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have regarding surgeon’s fees and payment requirements. Please visit our contact page on our website for the most up-to-date contact information.

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We hope these FAQs have provided you with useful information about surgeon’s fees and payment requirements. If you have any further questions or need assistance, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our team at 703-258-0399. Your well-being and understanding are our top priorities.

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