Insurance Billing: Requirements and Documentation
We are contracted and/or authorized billers with the several medical insurance companies and state and federal programs. For information about their rules and regulations regarding coverage of pedorthic devices (orthotics, ankle/foot orthoses, diabetic footwear, shoe modifications,etc.), co-payments, and deductibles, please contact them directly.
While we do provide some paperwork and documentation guidance, we cannot guarantee payment by any insurance company or program. The patient is ultimately responsible for final payment at time of service due to any insurance denial , partial coverage or non-coverage.
A prescription from your primary care physician is the main document necessary in order to be considered for billing procedures. With some insurances or programs, additional documentation is necessary. We are always happy to perform a complimentary billing to insurance companies we are not contracted with on your behalf for your possible future reimbursement of services.
Washington State L & I, Veterans Administration, Aging and Disabilities and Group Health Cooperative.