Payment Options Accepted at Keith Clinic
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If you were involved in an accident there are usually multiple options at your disposal to choose from. In a typical auto insurance case, there will be no need to make payment at the time of service as the clinic will send the statement of charges to your attorney or the insurance company at fault. Furthermore, many patients have what is referred to as Medical Payments insurance in their own policy usually ranging from $500-$2,000 which is highly recommended to file as well. Our office and most attorney offices will assist you with the process of filing liability and medical payment claims.
Uninsured Motorist Claims
Since 17% of auto accidents occur where the at-fault party has no insurance, the State of North Carolina requires that your own policy has what is referred to as uninsured motorist coverage. If this occurs, filing a “UM” claim is quite common in our offices as we have plenty of experience to help you navigate the process with your attorney or insurance company.
Health Insurance Claims
Our office is in network with most large insurance companies, including Blue Cross Blue Shield, but it is best to call us to verify. Usually only a co-payment is required but some plans still have deductibles.
Our office accepts Medicare and Medicaid patients as well. For Medicaid patients a referral may be necessary if the words “Carolina Access” appear on your Medicaid card.
We recognize some of our patients either do not have insurance or have such a high deductible they choose not to file their insurance. State board regulations allow the clinic to provide a discount to patients not using insurance due to the reduced amount of administrative costs on the clinic.