When you considering a procedure recommended by your doctor, the cost of your care may be a factor. If you have medical insurance, you may be more at ease, though you may not understand what your coverage means or how much of your costs will be covered. At Broadway Surgical Institute, we want you to understand every important detail related to your procedure. Here is a guideline of who to call when you need to understand your medical insurance coverage as it relates to your procedure.

Before Your Procedure

Before you come into Broadway Surgical Institute for your procedure, please refer to your physician’s office to discuss your insurance, and all costs that may be associated with your procedure. Your physician’s office will verify your benefits and review your coverage with you before your procedure is scheduled.

After Your Procedure

After you’ve had your procedure, Broadway Surgical Institute will file a claim to your insurance carrier on your behalf. Once your carrier has received the claim, they will send an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) to you and to Broadway Surgical Institute. If you have any further inquires once you’ve received your EOB, please contact Broadway Surgical Institute to be directed to our billing department. Our talented team of insurance experts can help you understand your coverage if you still have questions.

The decision to get a procedure can weigh heavy on a patient. At Broadway Surgical Institute, we work hard to make the process as easy as possible, and you can expect to be treated with the upmost kindness and respect. If you have any further questions regarding your financial responsibilities, please feel free to contact Broadway Surgical Institute to be directed to someone who can help you.

Questions Regarding Insurance and Billing

For more specifics on insurance and billing related to treatment at Broadway Surgical Institute, please call Virtuoso Medical Management at 805-367-7522.