No Surprises Billing Act


NO SURPRISES BILLING ACT Your Rights and Protections Against Surprise Medical Bills When you get emergency care or get treated by an out-of-network provider at an in-network hospital or ambulatory surgical center, you are protected from surprise billing or balance billing. What is “balance billing” (sometimes called “surprise billing”)? When you see a doctor or [...]

No Surprises Billing Act2023-01-19T18:16:21+00:00

Are we able to set up a payment plan?


We do ask that all balances are paid in full within 90 days. If you encounter problems paying within the 90 days, please contact our office immediately at 405-635-3000 and ask for our collections department.

Are we able to set up a payment plan?2019-08-04T23:41:03+00:00

What is included in my bill?


We are dedicated to reducing the cost of your medical care.  In fact, we do not itemize invoices since most procedures have established charges.  You will receive separate invoices from us, your surgeon, RNA, and anesthesiologist, or pathologist.  Some specialty items may require additional charges.

What is included in my bill?2019-08-04T23:39:08+00:00

When should I expect my first bill?


We will bill you any balance due after your insurance company has paid your claim.  There may be a delay if your insurance company has paid us incorrectly and we have re-submitted your claim for a corrected payment and allowance determination.

When should I expect my first bill?2019-08-04T23:32:54+00:00

Why am I receiving more than one bill for the same surgery?


There are a number of separate charges associated with your surgical procedure.  You MAY receive charges from several companies. The laboratory where your tissue specimans were examined. A Direct Medical Equipment (DME) company. Your anesthesiologist or CRNA. Your surgeon’s office – his/her fee for performing your surgery. Your pathologist – services for tissue specimens removed [...]

Why am I receiving more than one bill for the same surgery?2019-08-29T19:42:02+00:00

How will my pain be managed?


The management of your pain is of great importance to us. We will be assessing your level of pain from the time of admission until you receive our postoperative call at home. We need to inform and prepare you for each step of the process. This education will begin with our first contact. You will [...]

How will my pain be managed?2019-08-29T19:40:53+00:00

What must I bring with me on the day of surgery?


Bring case for eyeglasses or contacts Bring insurance identification cards, driver’s license, completed billing forms, copayments Bring all medication Make sure you have a ride home and someone to care for you at home Bring a favorite bottle or “sippy cup” for your child Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing Leave all jewelry and valuables at [...]

What must I bring with me on the day of surgery?2019-08-04T23:26:16+00:00
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