As a service to our patients, we will bill your insurance company directly. The balance not covered by the insurance is then turned over to patient responsibility.
- Copays are due at time of service
- Cash accounts are due at time of service
Statements are sent out after receiving the explanation of benefits from your insurance company. The balance, if any, is then turned over to patient responsibility. If you have a question about how your insurance has processed your claim, you will need to contact your insurance company directly.
Payment plans are available. Please contact our office at 303-776-6872 should you wish to set up a payment plan.
Over Due Accounts.
Account balances unpaid in 30 days are considered over due. After 30 days from when the balance is turned over to patient responsibility, a $ 5.00 finance charge is added to the unpaid balance, and every 30 days thereafter.
Accounts not paid are sent a letter indicating that no payments have been received for their account. The account will be converted to a delinquent status if no payments are received.
Delinquent accounts without payments are sent another letter advising that the account will be turned to collections if no payments are made.
If still no response, the account is turned over to collections, the individual’s account is closed, and the individual will no longer be able to receive services through this office.