It is important to obtain authorization from your insurance company for your visit before the visit takes place. While not all companies require authorization it is best to call the number for customer service or behavioral health services printed on the back of your insurance card. Many insurance plans including United Behavioral Health require that your first visit be certified in order to qualify for payment.
You should also discuss with your insurance company whether or not a deductible or co-pay applies to your behavioral health coverage. I will submit a claim to the insurance company named on the insurance information form. You will be billed directly for any patient responsibility portion of the charges for your visit. Co-payments are due at the time of your visit. You can pay by check or cash. An additional 3% processing fee will be added to credit card payments.