I’m a preferred provider for most of the insurance plans. What that means is your health insurance will cover more of your treatment cost in our office than if you went to another office where the doctor is not a preferred provider. For example, we see patients whose insurance will cover 50% of the treatment at a non-preferred provider’s office, but the same insurance will cover 90% of the treatment in our office.
Below is a list of insurance plans that I am a preferred provider for. There are other plans not listed below that I am a preferred provider for, so if your plan is not listed call our office and Sandy will be able to tell you if I’m on your plan.
First Choice Health Network is the administrator for hundreds of plans, so your individual plan might not be listed below but might be administered by First Choice Health Network, in which case I would be a preferred provider for your plan.
In Washington State, insurance coverage for our services is very good. Your automobile insurance policy almost always has personal injury protection (PIP), which covers 100% of our treatment. There is no out of pocket cost to you the patient. And if the accident was not your fault, by Washington State law your insurance company cannot raise your insurance rates for using this coverage. If you don’t have PIP or any auto insurance, and the accident was not your fault, you can still be covered 100% by the other person’s auto insurance. Contact our office for an appointment, and we’ll also guide you through the insurance process as well.
The Washington State Department of Labor and Industries will almost always cover 100% of your treatment in our office for your on the job injury. There’s no out of pocket cost to you the patient. Contact our office for an appointment, and we’ll guide you through the insurance process.
I am a preferred provider for the following insurance companies as well as others not on this list:
American Specialty Health Network
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
First Choice Health Network
Healthcare Management Administrators (HMA)
Lifewise Health Plan of Washington
Medicare Part B
Providence Health Plan
Premera Blue Cross
Puget Sound Health Partners
Regence Blue Shield
Sound Health and Wellness Trust
Sterling Options I and IV
Union Pacific Railroad Employees Health