At EmergeOrtho part of our commitment to patient-centered care includes helping you find out what you need to know about your health insurance and orthopedic care coverage. When you visit any healthcare provider, including an orthopedic doctor, it is wise to verify whether your insurance is accepted, and what your plans cover. Whether you are in need of orthopedic doctors that accept Medicaid, or other forms of insurance, all of our EmergeOrtho locations are happy to help you find out what you need to know prior to your visit.
Finding Out More About How Your Orthopedic Insurance Coverage Works
If you have not done so yet, we encourage you to check your insurance provider manual. These go-to guides often provide the information you need prior to making an appointment, including full terms of service. Or, in many cases, you can find out more about your personal health insurance by visiting your insurance company’s website. Verifying coverage allows you to focus on your treatment and hassle-free recovery.
We accept most insurance plans and welcome Medicare, Medicaid, and Workers’ Compensation claimants. We file insurance claims as a service to our patients. Below, you will find a list of the most common types of EmergeOrtho accepted insurance:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- First Health
- Tricare/Humana Military
- United Healthcare
- United Mine Workers
- Veteran’s Administration
- Worker’s Compensation
- Other Commercial Insurance Carriers
- Mission Health Plan
- Triad Health Network
- UNC Health Alliance
- Wake Key Physicians
More About EmergeOrtho and Your Health Insurance
Our main priority is to help each patient Emerge Stronger. Healthier. Better. To do this, we need your help! It is impossible to keep track of all individual insurance plan requirements. Verifying the terms of your insurance plan will help the process go much smoother and prevent you from having to self pay at the time of your visit.
We depend on you to know your coverage requirements. We will file your claims for you and assist you in obtaining maximum reimbursements, but ultimately, you are responsible for your bill.