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In an effort to keep healthcare costs down, payments for copays are expected at the time services are rendered. If no insurance is available, you will be required to pay at the time services are rendered. For your convenience, we accept cash, check, and all major credit cards.Need help? Learn more here about financial assistance that you may qualify for.
Fees for obstetrical care are billed globally and include routine prenatal care (normally 13 to 15 visits), vaginal or caesarean delivery and routine postpartum care following delivery (normally includes 1 to 2 visits depending on type of delivery). Additional fees may be assessed for any other test or procedure rendered during your obstetrical care. We offer various payment plans for these services.
Surgical fees may vary depending on the procedure performed. Any required pre-operative testing or facility fees are not included in our fee and will be billed by other service providers. You may be required to pay copays and deductibles before services are rendered. If you are unable to pay any remaining balances after surgery, we offer various plans to assist you with payment.
As a service to you, we will complete forms for a nominal fee. The charge for form completion is $25.00 for the first form, $20.00 for the second form, and $15.00 for each additional form. Payment is required at the time the forms are submitted. Payment can be made in check, cash or any major credit card.
As a courtesy, we will initiate a claim to your insurance company on your behalf. We accept most insurance plans. We do our very best to stay current on our accepted plans, but due to constant changes beyond our control, we recommend that you contact your insurance to verify your coverage for services. As a patient, it is ultimately your responsibility to make sure you are receiving services from a provider in your plan, and not the responsibility of our office. Please keep in mind, your medical insurance may not pay in full for all services rendered; therefore, you are responsible for any remaining balances after insurance processes your claim. As the patient, it is your responsibility to provide updated insurance information to our office for proper claim submission. If you have questions regarding the processing of your claim, please contact your insurance company. If you have questions regarding a bill, please contact one of our billing specialists at (513) 569-6117 and they will be happy to assist you.
Do I need a referral?
You should check with your insurance company to see if this is a requirement.
What is a Global Fee?
A “global fee” is a group of services that are all included in one charge. The global fee for pregnancy includes 13-15 routine prenatal visit, delivery by your physician at the hospital and routine postpartum care which is 1-2 visits depending on type of delivery.
A surgery global fee includes the procedure and postoperative care for 10-90 days, depending on the procedure done.
Why am I receiving a bill for lab charges?
Lab services were ordered by the physician at the time of your visit. Even though the blood may have been drawn at our office, it was sent to the lab for processing. Any question regarding bills you receive from the lab, should be referred directly to the lab that sent you the bill. Our office cannot answer questions regarding these bills.
Why am I receiving a bill from my physician?
If your insurance information was supplied at the time of your visit we will file a claim on your behalf. Your insurance may have applied submitted services to a deductible, copay, or coinsurance during processing of your claim. Any questions regarding the processing of your claim should be directed to your insurance company. Any questions concerning the payment of any remaining balance should be directed to our billing department at (513) 569-6117.
Can I see a physician without insurance?
We will be happy to see patients without insurance with payment in full required at the time of service.
What forms of payment does OBGYN Associates accept?