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Insurance Information

Have insurance? We can file with your insurance policy, Medicare, or TriCare for your Urgent Care benefits. We do not currently accept Medicaid.

NeuMed accepts most insurance and we will file your claim to help make the process as easy as possible. Most health insurance plans do require a co-payment at the time of service. Please bring a valid ID and proof-of-insurance if you plan to use health insurance to pay for your visit.

No insurance? No problem. We offer very competitive self-pay rates.

We are currently in-network with BlueCross BlueShield.

Insurance FAQs

Do you accept Affordable Care Act (ACA/ObamaCare) plans?

We are pleased to participate in a limited number of ACA/Exchange plans that enable us to provide you with the high level of care and service you expect from NeuMed. Our goal is to participate with as many plans as possible, and we expect to continue to expand the list of participating plans over time. See our Insurance page for more information.

Do you accept off-Exchange or mirrored ACA plans?

NeuMed is only in network with specific ACA-related plans sold via the Health Insurance Marketplace, which are listed above. For individual and family health plans purchased privately (outside of an employer) through an insurance company, broker, or small business group, please be aware that if we’re not in network with their Exchange counterparts, we may not be in network with those plans.

What is an out-of-pocket cost?

An out-of-pocket cost is the amount of money you are required to pay for healthcare services.

There are 3 primary reasons that you would have to pay money out-of-pocket:

  1. When you haven’t met your deductible.
  2. What you need services your insurance plan doesn’t cover.
  3. When you don’t have insurance.

What's the difference between HMO and PPO?

HMO

  1. You always have to see your primary care provider first when you’re experiencing a health issue.
  2. Need a referral to an in-network specialist.
  3. Must stay in-network to be covered.

PPO

  1. Freedom to choose providers of your choice.
  2. Can choose from in-network and out-of-network providers.
  3. In-network and out-of-network will have different costs.

What do you know about my insurance?

Here’s what we know about your insurance and are able to confirm from our end at the time of your visit:

  1. If your insurance is in-network or out-of-network.
  2. The amount of your co-pay.

That’s it.

Please note that it is your duty to know and understand your specific coverage details when receiving urgent care.

What does it mean if my insurance is not verified?

We are able to verify insurance eligibility in real-time through our platform; however, there may be times when an insurance plan can’t be verified due to the following: The Payer ID not being accurate, the insurance plan is from a third party, and/or the insurance provider eligibility system is not responding

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