Out-of-Network Provider

This means that the occupational therapy or lactation services you receive are from a practitioner that practices outside of your insurance network, and that you are willing to assume responsibility for the cost of the services delivered. Rates are reasonable and payment plans available. Sliding scale offered as available.

Reimbursement from Insurance

An invoice can be provided after each visit for submission to your insurance company. Most insurance companies cover occupational therapy services. It is best to call your insurance company to verify the following (1) if you have out-of-network benefits (2) if you have an out-of-network deductible (3) at what percentage of the cost will be covered (typically 60-80%). Depending on demand, I can submit the claim on your behalf, in which reimbursement will be sent directly to you.

Physician Referral

In the state of California, individuals are able to self-refer for occupational therapy services.

However…

if you would like to be reimbursed by your insurance company, a physician referral may be required. This physician referral will need patient’s name, date of birth, diagnosis, and “occupational therapy evaluation and treatment”.

Payment

All payment is due at time of service. A receipt of service (superbill), with proper coding, can be provided at end of service. All fees are HSA/FSA eligible expenses.