What Does My Insurance Cover?
When you visit your ophthalmologist’s office, payment might be required depending on your particular eye problem and the insurance you have. These payments can consist of deductibles, coinsurance, and copays. In our effort to increase understanding of your costs, we provide you with examination codes most commonly used at an ophthalmologist’s visit.
Prior to your visit, we encourage you to call your health insurance company to ask about your specific coverage and whether you have deductibles, copays, and coinsurance payments. You can provide them with common codes that we use depending on your type of visit. Although each visit is different and the exact codes may or may not be used, you can get a better idea of your costs.
Navigating the health care insurance maze is difficult. We hope this provides some help.
Our Procedure Table Is Below
This graph provides the codes most commonly used during initial visits, testing, and treatments. You can call your insurance provider and give them the exact procedure codes shown below to see if your insurance covers it or not.