The Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN) is a written notice designed to protect you from unexpected bills that you will receive if Medicare does not cover a certain service or supply. If you receive an ABN, you will need to make a decision about whether or not to receive the service or supply since you will be responsible for the charges. An ABN is not presented for services that Medicare never covers, such as a yearly exam.
Q: I can’t find doctors who will see me with no insurance. Can you help me?
A: Yes, we welcome patients with and without health insurance.
Q: My employer cut back on our health care benefits and there’s a chance they’ll drop it completely. What can I do?
A: We know the stress and worry you’re feeling. Our direct medical practice is designed to provide the access to health care you and your family need at an affordable cost while building a personal relationship with your doctor.
Q: What about lab, X-ray and specialty fees?
A: There is no charge for us to draw the lab or make referrals, but all outside services through our Service Provider Network will be billed directly to your insurance, Medicare or you if you do not have insurance.